Part 3. How to Upload DRM-free Apple Music to Google Play
Once the conversion process finishes, you can locate converted DRM-free Apple Music on the destination folder. Now, it's time for you to move Apple Music to Google Play Music freely. If you are using Google Chrome browser on your computer, you can open it and enter into the Google Play Music’s web interface to sync Apple Music. If you don't install Google Chrome application, you can try unloading Apple Music with official Google Play Music Manager App instead of Google Play Music for Chrome.
Add Apple Music to Google Play via Google Chrome
Step 1. Please open the Google Chrome and sing in with the same Google account you use with Google Play Music.
Step 2. Enter to the Google Play Music’s web interface and click the menu button in the top-left corner of the screen, next to Listen Now.
Step 3. Scroll down to the very bottom of the menu on the left-hand side of the main interface, and then you will see the "Upload music" button. Please simply touch it.
Step 4. You can click the "Select from your computer" and a new file browser will pop up, in which you can choose the unprotected Apple Music folder to unload or you can directly drag and drop Apple Music files to this window.
Step 5. Now, you just need to wait for the end of uploading process, which depends on how many Apple Music files you have imported.
Upload Apple Music to Google Play by Using Music Manager
Step 1. Please launch the Google Play Music Manager and simply touch the "Upload songs to Google Play". In order to enter into the next step, please tab the "Continue" icon.
Step 2. There are three locations for music files for your choice to scan by Music Manager, like iTunes, Music folder, and Other folder.
Step 3. You just need to choose where you want to grab music files from. After that, you can keep following the prompts until it starts uploading your files.