TomTom Spark 3 doesn’t support to play any protected music files, including offline Apple Music songs of course. Then alternative to buying another Apple Watch, is it possible to play Apple Music on TomTom Spark 3 during exercise? The answer is definitely yes, here we are going to show you a smart Apple Music Converter to help you transfer and play Apple Music songs on TomTom Spark 3.
Fitness trackers aren’t exactly uncommon these days. But featured with GPS exploration, heart rate sensor, built-in music playback, the TomTom Spark 3 is one of the best GPS sports watches on the market undoubtedly. It crams in a wealth of options for the many activities it tracks, with keen runners in particular sure to be satisfied. TomTom provides seven sports mode: running and cycling (with indoor and out modes for both), swimming, gym and freestyle, which means you can record training sessions whether you're exercising, cycling, at the gum or on a treadmill. The built-in GPS means you can be sure all your outdoor exploits are tracked accurately, even if you've left your phone at home. The TomTom Spark's headline feature is its ability to play music via a pair of wireless headphones, negating the need for runners to strap up a phone just to play some beats.
TomTom Spark 3 comes with the ability to stream music on the go, but it only supports to play MP3s and some AAC files, so for some Apple Music users who want to play Apple Music on TomTom Spark, the first and foremost thing is to record Apple Music songs, and then convert to plain MP3 format.
Here you meet NoteBurner iTunes Audio Converter, which is a smart Apple Music Converter specially designed for Apple Music users to help you easily record Apple Music & Audiobooks & iTunes M4P music and convert them to MP3/AAC/WAV/FLAC/AIFF. Besides, with an advanced music recording technique that differs from traditional recording, it can keep the original audio quality and ID3 tags of the music in output files.
Click the button "+" on the upper left. A pop-up window will show you all your Apple Music downloaded in your iTunes Library. Choose the songs that you want to convert and then press OK.
After the successful adding, please click the button "Setting" to choose the output format as you need, in the pop-up window, you can choose output path, output format. MP3, AAC, FLAC, AIFF, or WAV are available to choose.
After completing the above steps, the final one is clicking the button "Convert". Just a few second, it will succeed. After converting, the output folder will be open automatically. Or you can click the History button to find the converted music.
Step 1: The Watch only supports to accept complete playlists of music from iTunes and Windows Media Player on your computer, not individual files as there is no folder system on it. So you need create a playlist in iTunes or WMP first, and then import the converted Apple Music songs to it.
Step 2: Using the USB cable, connect the watch module to your computer. Then, download and install TomTom Sports Connect on your computer.
Step 3: Launch TomTom Sports Connect, and click the MUSIC icon, which will take you to the Music screen where it will list all playlists on the computer. Find the new-created Apple Music playlist, click on it to add it to the watch.
Wait for some minutes, after the syncing is completed, you can now play the Apple Music playlists on your TomTom Spark 3 watch.
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