NoteCable Apple Music Converter is yet another application promising users a fast way to access, download and convert media files on the internet. In this particular case, we're talking about the Apple Store. This program aims to help users download music from their online Apple account, and have the tracks converted for use with other devices or projects around your house. The idea is indeed a good one, but does it reflect well in the final product?
The application itself looks like a browser within a window. It's not necessarily a bad thing, seeing as this formula has worked well for other products. It also seems to fit this scenario, although its use might denote an interest in developing a functional tool, not necessarily a good-looking one.
The interface is simple to understand. The best aspect is the fact that the program includes a small tutorial on how to actually begin downloading and converting. It does take you through every step, making sure you don't miss on the core features of this program.
Once the application is open, allow it to load the Apple Store website. In a couple of minutes, you'll see the main page. On the lower-right side of the window, you might have noticed a musical sign. This area will light up blue only when you're on a page that has items you can convert or download. Click on the icon to reveal a list of songs from your selected playlist. This step will prompt you to select the tracks you want converted. You can also select all the entries at once.
The Settings pane holds some adjustable options, things like output format, bit rate, sample rate, and output details (name, path, sorting). NoteCable Apple Music Converter is not really one of those apps to take your breath away. It is, on the other hand, a tool you might want to use if the need to enjoy Apple Store music offline ever arises.