How To Use iTunes With Your Android Smartphone The Easy Way

Is it possible to use iTunes with your Android handset? Well, in order to transfer Apple music, photos, sync iTunes data is possible now. Here are the details you want to know how?

There was no iTunes app for Android available to download in the past, while iTunes is far different from Google Play Store. There was also no way to listen to your extensive iTunes library on your Android phone, but we have found a better solution for that.

Transfer iTunes Music to Android using Google Play

Although Google Play Music has a cloud storage filled with up to 50,000 songs, accessible from both your desktop and your phone. Best of all, it’s compatible with iTunes. To transfer or sync, you’ll need to download Google Music Manager (or GPM for Chrome) onto your computer and the Google Play Music app to your phone.

Now, open the program and login with your Google account credentials. Select the location of the music you want to upload (in iTunes) and Google Music Manager will start to upload the music files within.

Transfer iTunes music to Android - Google Play Music

While the desktop version will automatically sync with the Google Play Music app on your phone. Launch it, tap My Library and you will find your synced music started to appear. Uploading large music files (collections) can even take some time. But in this case you don’t have to physically connect your phone to your PC, you can do your rest while Music Manager does its work in the background.

2. Transferring iTunes data to Android with iSyncr

There are a ton of apps dedicated to transfer your iTunes music to any Android device in the Play Store. Alternatively, we found iSyncr – the simplest and most efficient on top.

To start with, first download the iSyncr app from the Play Store to your Android (link below). The desktop version of iSyncr app is also there to grab. Connect your device to your PC using a USB cable, then open the iSyncr desktop app.

It should now automatically open a window asking which files you really want to sync with your device. Tick the box next to iTunes and then click Synchronize. iSyncr will then transfer your selected iTunes files to your droid device.

iSyncr allows you to synchronize your iTunes library from a Windows PC or Mac, including; iTunes playlists, music, podcasts, videos (non-DRM) and more. Once the process is finished, cleck End. You’ll then be able to play the files using your chosen music player. The makers of iSyncr recommend you use their own Rocket Player app.

You can also transfer iTunes files onto your Android device over WiFi using iSyncr app. This is possible as long as your phone and computer both are connected to the same internet connection network.

There is no iTunes for Android, but nevertheless, there are few different ways for you to get your groove on. The basic way of transferring music is by manually copying your iTunes music collection into a temporary folder on your PC or Mac, then connecting any Android phone to the system using a USB cable and open the phone’s music folder. iSyncr is the best app for transferring your iTunes music files to Android.

3. Transfer iTunes to Android via USB

In this modern technology, access to music has become quicker, easier, and nearly instantaneous. With music-capable portable devices such as phones, laptops, and media players, which allows you to carry around thousands of songs in just one small device.

Music-oriented software such as Apple’s iTunes allows music lovers to sync their music with their mobile devices. No doubt, iTunes makes it very easy to sync your media files to other same Apple devices. But what about transferring iTunes songs to Android devices? Which isn’t an easy ask, while possible.

Starting with the sentence speaking about how to transfer music from iTunes to any Android phone or tablet.

 iTunes to Android USB Tutorial

The basic way of transferring music is by manually copying your iTunes music files on to your PC. Connecting any Andrid phone to that computer using a USB cable and open the phone’s music folder. Simply transfer your downloaded music files from the PC to your phone’s music directory. You can also copy-paste, drag-and-drop, or even use any other equivalent method.

The aforementioned method is efficient, though, but is limited by the remaining storage space on your device or its microSD card.

Connect your Android phone to your PC using USB cable. Open Windows Explorer, and locate the iTunes folder on your computer. Drag and drop that folder into your device’s music folder to copy the files onto your device. The synced Music files will be visible in your chosen music player app once the tranfer is completed.

4. Use Apple Music on Android, Here’s How?

Apple doesn’t make apps for Android. iOS is far different from Google’s mobile operating system. In an effort to keep iTunes customers who wisely made the switch to Android, Apple made this Music app for Android. App, that has its flaws but also the official way to listen to your iTunes music on Android.

It is an Apple service that needs an Apple ID to use it. iTunes music listeners should already have one, Make sure you retrieve your account if you can’t find the info and consider contacting customer service if you are still unable to access it.

Apple Music

The Apple Music app provides all the features as iTunes, with recommendations for you from 30 million song catalog. You can keep all of the playlists you made when used iOS and transferring is fairly simple. Like Spotify, Apple Music is a streaming service, which now has 30 million subscribers. The first three months are free to use Apple Music. Download it with the embedded link here.

Add music from iTunes collection to the Android app. Open iTunes on your computer, where you have bought your music from or ripped old CDs. Sign in to the iTunes Store with ID, and make sure you’re signed in with the same Apple ID on your Android app. On your computer, turn on iCloud Music Library and wait for it to update. Once done, all your music on iTunes will be found on your Android’s Apple Music app.

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