On how many different devices can you download songs purchased through iTunes?
Essentially, since the song you purchased is in the form of an mp3, you can transfer it to any mp3 enabled device. Any phone, iPod, Android, or tablet can now use the song. After you copy a song/rip it from the iTunes library, you can edit the song and save it as a separate file, such as an mp4 of a .wav for example, enabling to be transferred to even more devices. Hope this helped.
Most of the content downloaded from iTunes is DRM protected i.e. it can be played only on apple devices and you are supposed to register that device with your iTunes account . As far as I know , the max number devices you can register is 4-5 .
If you want to copy those songs in to your android phone or any other mp3 player you will have to convert them to mp3 format . You can find a lot of converters if you try google for.
Hope this helps.
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