As a revolutionary music store, iTunes is used by many people as their preferred method of consuming music. Not only purchase music, customers can also download movies, TV shows, games, books, podcasts and more. Apple’s iPhone, iPad and iPod devices selling well worldwide, one important reason is that their seamless syncing abilities with iTunes. But what if you have switched from an iPhone to an Android smartphone? Does that mean you can’t sync iTunes music to your Android device? Don’t worry. Syncing your iTunes library to an Android device is easier that you may think. There are a number of ways that you can sync your iTunes music with your Android device. Here, we’ll discuss two methods.
Transfer iTunes to Android via USB
Following below 2 steps, you can manually transfer iTunes media files to your Android device.
Step 1: Connect your Android device to PC via a USB cable. Open Windows Explorer, and locate the iTunes folder on your computer.
Step 2: Drag and drop it into your Android device’s music folder to transfer the files onto your device. The music will be visible in your chosen music player app once the transfer is complete.
If you are a Mac user, you can use the free software – Android File Transfer for Mac to copy iTunes files to your Android phone or tablet.
Sync iTunes to Android with TunesGo
Comparing with the simplicity of syncing iOS with iTunes, syncing Android with iTunes could be a real nightmare. But under the help of professional iTunes to Android software – TunesGo, you can easily move all your favorite files to your new Android device in just a few mouse clicks. TunesGo is an excellent software that can transfer your iTunes media files to your Android smartphone or tablet. It has the ability to copy your iTunes Music, Playlists, Movies, Home Videos, TV Shows, iTunes U, Podcasts, Audiobooks to Android device on Windows PC or Mac OS X. After transferring, you can listen to your amazing music or enjoy your favorite movies on your new Android device, the latest Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge are supported.
Learn how to sync Android with iTunes library, you can refer to this step by step guide:
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