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Legally scrape iTunes data from the Official Website without violating its Terms of Service using HAR Files.

🚫 This means no wasting time with broken screen scrapers, installing software, getting blocked or overpriced proxies.

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Steve Spagnola
Written by Steve Spagnola
Last updated April 4, 2024

Download Apple Music Data

If you’re interested in scraping the Apple Music (or iTunes) catalog for data, you can legally do so using HAR files without violating Apple’s 3,000 page Terms of Service. This is because HAR files allow us to record the web traffic that Apple sends to our browser and we can then perform the scraping on a recording (not governed under the Terms of Service) instead of the actual Apple website.

1. Browse Apple Music

Head to the Apple Music Search & Browse Feature and use any searches, genres, filters, etc… you want to narrow down your results to the data you want to scrape. Now right click in the webpage and hit “Inspect” to open up developer tools and begin recording your web traffic.

Now refresh the page to reload the initial data to your browser (now that you’re recording) and scroll down through the results and hit the next button if needed to keep loading more and more results that we’re now recording the data for.

2. Export & Download

Once you’ve browsed through enough catalog data, find the “Network” tab under developer tools and click the down arrow labeled “Export HAR…” to download a HAR file containing a recording of all the raw JSON Apple sent to your browser. Upload that file to to the HAR File Web Scraper and find the group of requests containing the catalog data. Click “Parse Group” and you’ll be able to download CSV file collections of the search results.

⚖️ Disclaimer: These endpoints are not part of an official API endorsed by and were found while using's official website and/or mobile app. They may stop working at any time! They are documented here for informational purposes, such as to cross reference with HAR Files after using's official website and/or mobile app in accordance with's Terms of Service. Stevesie has no affiliation with

If you access any of these endpoints with Stevesie or any other tool outside of an official client, you must check's Terms of Service to ensure said access is not prohibited. If you are not sure whether or not your use of Stevesie or any other tool in a specific instance violates's Terms of Service or applicable law, you should consult with competent legal counsel before proceeding. Learn more here: Is Data Scraping Legal?

⚡️ Unofficial iTunes Data API Endpoints


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