MyTunes

Play and Convert Sound Files


Description



This shortcut has not been verified for use on iOS 15 or MacOS Monterey. It will be updated shortly the official release of these updates. You can try to use it on the betas, but it is not guaranteed to work.


By downloading, you accept the terms of use, as described at the bottom of this description.


Say goodbye to the Music app and your Apple Music subscription.

This shortcut allows you to play and store audio files, and convert them to other formats. You can put a song on loop, play it once, or convert it to aiff or m4a.

Unlike the Music app, which requires you to buy a song if you want to play it with the Music app, you can play any sound file you can obtain. If you wrote a song yourself, but it's not on Apple Music, you can install MyTunes to listen to it with ease. If you are a customer of an artist who doesn't like to use Apple Music but sent you the file, you can easily play it with MyTunes. If you already bought a song some other way, you can play it in MyTunes.

Playlists allow you to make a selection of songs, orgainize it however you want, and play it whenever you want.


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Terms of Use
  • Do not redistribute, modify, or remix this shortcut without my permission.
  • Do not copy any portion of the code.
  • The Developer is not responsible for any misuse or abuse of this shortcut.
  • You accept that these terms may change at any time.

  • Thanks for keeping up to date with the official version of MyTunes.


    Latest Release Notes

    1.0042 - Jan. 26, 2021, 5:17 p.m.

    Fixed a bug where renaming a playlist would save the playlist as a string instead of a dictionary


    Version history