Want to learn how to get Music on Android efficiently? Well, there are certain methods that you can try! We’re going to list them all down in order of efficiency in the article below. Starting with our most recommended data transfer software — which you can use to get iTunes music on Android, followed with a couple of different alternatives that you might be interested in knowing about — just in case!
The best, and easiest way to get iTunes Music on Android — whether you’re on a Mac or Windows PC, is to use the data transfer software called iMusic. Much like most data transfer softwares meant to sync iTunes and Android, it will require a bit of device set-up. However, after the first successful device sync, all that is left is a very basic and intuitive three-step process. It is for this very reason that it is our most recommended product. Not only can it be used even by the utmost of beginners, but it also features other helpful tools and options. Like:
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Launch iMusic on your PC, then use a usb cable to connect your android phone to desktop.
Note: If the device does not appear, please enable the USB debugging on your phone. Generally speaking, the USB debugging option is in “Settings” &; “Developer Options”.
If the set-up is successful, you should be able to see this (refer to the image below) when you connect your device to your PC and launch iMusic.
On the DEVICE page of the iMusic software, the option that you need to select in order to get iTunes Music on your Android device is the Transfer iTunes Music to Device option!
Almost done! All you have to do now is make sure that you have the files that you want to transfer from your iTunes library to your phone selected. Your selection, of course, will be determined by what is on your iTunes library.
When you’ve selected what you want to transfer, click Transfer to activate the automatic sync!
For this next part, we’re going to demonstrate how to get iTunes Music on Android for FREE with the Android File Transfer software. This is strictly for Mac OS computers (although there is a built-in feature for Windows PCs that is practically identical.) Unlike with iMusic however, the process of using this product is completely manual. You’re going to have to extract iTunes music directly from your library and then manually copy it to the Music folder of your device! Continue reading to get a step-by-step breakdown of the process.
First, you’ll need to create a Music folder to extract your iTunes music onto.
You can do this on Mac by right-clicking on the desktop and selecting the New Folder option on the drop-down menu that appears. For our sample, we’ve decided to name our folder “iTunes Music.” However, you can call it whatever you want.
In order to extract iTunes music, you’ll need to open up your iTunes library and use the drag and drop method in order to copy the items to the “iTunes Music” folder we just created!
Next, you’ll need to launch the Android File Transfer software. It’s nothing fancy, but as you can see down below, it will open your device’s storage so that you can transfer files onto it easily.
Locate and select your device’s Music folder.
Next, you’ll need to drag the audio files in the folder that you created in step one, onto the “Music” folder on your device. This will be entirely manual, so make sure that you transfer all the files that you need transferred.
You’ll know that your transfer has been successful once all the music items are on your device’s music folder (like in the image shown below.) With this, iTunes music should now be available on your device!
For our third demonstration, we’re going to be using Google Play Music. Which, as you probably already know, is Android’s own version of the Apple Music Store. Fortunately, there is an option of syncing iTunes music to your Google Play library (which is naturally synced with your device.) The method is a bit round-about, but we’ll be showing you exactly how it can be done in the step-by-step breakdown below!
First, on the Google Play Music website. You need to choose the add music option (upload) in order to make it to the screen shown in the image below.
As you can probably guess, you’ll need to select the Add Music From iTunes option. Make sure to click Add My Music to continue.
You’ll be prompted to download what is called the Google Play Music “Music Manager.” This is the desktop software that you will be using in order to sync your iTunes music to your Google Play Music playlist.
Click Download Music Manager to start downloading the music manager.
Launch the Google Play Music Download Manager. You’ll be provided with two main options. Of course, the one that we want is to upload iTunes Music to Google Play. Which can be done by…
Select the “Upload songs to Google Play” option and then click the Next button.
Next, select the iTunes option and press “Next.”
The automatic sync should now commence, and you’ll have access to your iTunes music on your Android device!
For the last two programs, we’re going to be using data transfer programs very similar to the iMusic software that we discussed in the very beginning. For the first software, we’re going to demonstrate the iTransfer software from iSkysoft. Again, this is very similar to the iMusic software, just with a couple of build and option differences, that others might find needless when it comes to quickly getting iTunes Music on Android.
As mentioned previously, the preliminary set-up we demonstrated in the iMusic software break-down is required for each data transfer software. So, you’ll need to do that before you can use iSkysoft to its fullest.
Now, in order to get iTunes music onto your Android device, you’ll need to select the Transfer iTunes Media to Device option (as is shown in the image below.)
Everything after this is as straightforward as the iMusic sample. All you have to do is select the files that you want to transfer, and then click the Transfer button.
Our final recommended program is the dr.fone transfer software. It is available both in iOS and Android versions, so be careful about which one you download! It does work pretty similarly to iMusic and iSkysoft, however. So, it is very easy to use, and the automatic sync from the iTunes music library to a device is very efficient.
Again, like before, you’ll need to follow the set-up process we demonstrated for iMusic in order to use the dr.fone software properly.
Once that is done, click the Transfer option in order to be able to sync iTunes Music to Android.
Next, on the “Home” page of the dr.fone transfer window. You’ll need to select the Transfer iTunes Media to Device option in order to move iTunes Media to your Android device!
Finally, you can end things by selecting the files that you want to transfer (whether it is the “Entire Library”, just the “Music”, or specific playlists.) Then copy it by pressing the Transfer button.
|Features||iMusic||Android File Transfer||Google Play Music||dr.fone|
|Transfer Computer Music to iPhone||Yes||No||No||Yes||Yes|
|Burn Music to CDs||Yes||No||No||Yes||Yes|
|Transfer Music Selectively||Yes||Yes||No||Yes||Yes|
|Transfer Home Videos||Yes||Yes||No||Yes||Yes|
|Edit Info of Music files||Yes||No||No||Yes||Yes|
|Manage iTunes Library||Yes||No||No||Yes||Yes|
|Record and Download from 3000+ sites||Yes||No||No||No||No|
Conclusion: This concludes our quick but thorough break-down on “5 Helpful Solutions to Get iTunes Music on Android” that you can’t miss! Any of these programs can be used just as effectively as the next. However, if you want a blanket recommendation on which program that you should choose, then the direction we’d point you towards is definitely iMusic! It’s efficient, it’s easy-to-use, and it offers tons of convenient features that simplify and make your life a whole lot simpler when it comes to downloading and transferring songs for your Android device!