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Download MP3 Audiobook or Music to iTunes (Mac)

Last Updated: Mar 09, 2017 03:16PM MST
Because compressed files or zipped folders are a Windows function, Mac computers can’t read the folder (as it appears as a text document).  The steps below may require an additional decompression/unzip app or program to unzip or extract the folder.
Step One: To access your download, follow this link:
You will be prompted to login with your email login and your Deseret Book password. After you are logged in tap or click on “My Account” at the top right. Tap or click “Order History” on the left and then tap or click the Order number for your mp3 audio then you will see your download listed.

Step Two: With some Internet browsers, the default setting is to open the file instead of saving. To be sure that you are saving the file, right-click the ‘Download’ button icon. From the available prompts that appear, select the option to "save target as," or "save link as."  The download window will appear asking you to select a location to save the folder. We recommend saving the file to your desktop so that you can move it to the appropriate media player.
Step Three: To extract/unzip the folder, you will need to use a decompression/unzip app or program on your Mac. Right-click the .zip folder and then select the following prompts –>Open with –> Applications –> "the name of your decompression/unzip app or program" on your Mac. It should extract the files into a regular looking folder that we can move to iTunes. If your Mac does not have a decompression/unzip app or program yet here are a couple to choose from to install on your Mac:

RAR Extractor:

iZip for Mac:
Step Four:  Adding the folder to iTunes - Begin by opening the iTunes music player to the Music Albums view and use the following prompts at the top-left corner.Start by selecting 'File' from the upper left-hand corner.  Click on the option to 'Add Folder to Library.'  A pop up window will then appear asking you to locate the folder that you would like to add. iTunes will then add the MP3 folder to your iTunes library. After putting it where you would like it in your iTunes library sync up your Apple devices.

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