Export for iTunes 4+

Export playlists and albums

Georgios Trigonakis

    • 4.2 • 120 Ratings
    • $7.99



Transfer easily your playlists to any media player.
Export your playlists and albums from your Mac music library (iTunes or Music app on macOS Catalina and later) to any local folder, external storage, SD card or USB drive!

Export and convert any kind of DRM free audio file type (AAC, MP3, ALAC, AIFF, WAV).
Can not export or convert DRM protected files like audio files from "Apple Music" streaming music service.

Use this app to:
• Create USB drive or SD card with your music
• Add music from iTunes to any media player
• Share playlists with friends
• Move music to another computer
• Take backup of your music


#Easy to use
Just select the playlists or albums you want to export and press export button. App will convert, export, organise files and will create the m3u playlist file for you.

#Audio Converter
Choose if you want to convert your music files to mp3 or aac for best compatibility with most media players. Convert from any kind* audio file type (MP3, ALAC, AIFF, WAV).

#M3U playlist file
Choose if you want to create a m3u playlist file for every playlist. M3u file will help you play your playlists to any compatible player or even import your playlist to another iTunes library.

#Choose audio file names
Select from predefined name formats or create your custom format using the name format editor.

#Organise exported files
The app will organise exported audio files in folders. You can choose if you want to organise exported files by artist, album or playlist.

#Choose the playlist order
You can keep the original playlist order or chose to order playlist songs by year, artist or even shuffle order.

#Export your favourite podcasts
Choose your favourite podcasts shows and episodes to export.

#Clean hidden files
App can clean your external drive from hidden OS X files that can cause compatibility problems with some media players or other operating system.

#Export songs metadata
App can create CSV or Excel file with songs metadata.


"Great for exporting to USB stick for car"
- App store review, United Kingdom

"Amazing time saver"
- App store review, United States

"I love this App - it does exactly what it claims BRILLIANTLY"
- App store review, Australia

"Very easy to use and understand"
- App store review, United States

"The missing iTunes "Export" Tool.. at last!"
- App store review, United States

The app does not modify your iTunes library.

Export for iTunes is compatible with Music app and iTunes 11 or above.

What’s New

Version 3.1.90

Add option to organise media items by "Genre/Artist/Album"

Ratings and Reviews

4.2 out of 5
120 Ratings

120 Ratings

Tbdriver ,

Love it but, see my review on sample/bit rates

I love this app for exporting to USB drive that I play in my vehicle. It's very intuitive, a joy to use. There is only one issue I found but, I also found a solution for. I recorded some music from my vinyl records and some files failed to export in AAC format. Those files had a sample rate of over 48Khz and bit depth of 32. I prefer a higher sample and bit depth for a higher resolution in my music collection on my Mac. But for a USB drive played in my vehicle the lower resolution is ok. The resolution was to re-save the files in my Vinyl Studio software to 48Khz and 24 bits. That resolution still sounds excellent, so I guess human ears can't hear the difference :-)

Ooo2001. ,

Works well.

It is working really well on my macbook pro. For some reason on my Mac Studio is seems to not donwload any of the options that I check only album work and m3p. It would be useful to get some feedback from developers. Awesome otherwise.

Redman1948 ,

Great at what it does

I have been using this app for several years now and I have found it a great way to extract my music from iTunes and copy it to USB drives and external drives. I have multiple Macs and multiple cars and this app makes it easy to get my tunes where I want them when I want them. It might not work for everyone since it can’t copy Apple Music DRM protected files but most of my library is in MP3 format. I have only had to contact the developer one time since 2017 but he answered almost immediately. Cudos for a job well done.

App Privacy

The developer, Georgios Trigonakis, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Not Collected

The developer does not collect any data from this app.

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  • Family Sharing

    Up to six family members can use this app with Family Sharing enabled.

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