Anyone that loves spending time listening to music definitely has heard at least once about Spotify, the world's most well-known music streaming service. 

The problem is that the content it provides, although of high quality delivered from record labels and media companies, is protected via DRM.

This can be quite troublesome, especially if you don't have the budget to sustain a continuous premium account, and that is where an app like TuneFab Spotify Music Converter can come in handy.

Down to its very basics, this tool is nothing more than a tool that can remove the DRM restriction bought by Spotify's content, not just from songs, but from entire playlists, artists or albums. This means that all the music you own can then be downloaded to be listened to on any device.

Aside from the DRM removal service, the program also doubles as a playlist downloader, allowing you to download tens of tracks in one go, while also converting them from OGG Vorbis to DRM-free MP3, M4A, WAV, and FLAC.

The output files are compatible with pretty much any device that allows offline playback, including iPod, PSP, PS4 or an MP3 player.

The UI is pretty straightforward, even being a bit similar to that of Spotify itself, allowing users to better recognize what each button does.

Several download parameters can be adjusted from the "Options" menu, including download speed, format or the output file, Sample Rate and Bitrate, therefore allowing you multiple options based on your playback device's storage capacity, audio output capabilities, etc.

If your perfect way of passing the time is listening to your favorite music, then TuneFab Spotify Music Converter is a software tool that you must try.