The great thing about using iTunes with the iPhone is that syncing your music is pretty simple and straightforward. However, if you’ve switched from an iPhone to an Android device and want to transfer your iTunes music over, there are several ways that you can actually go about doing it, and we are going to show you how.
This is the most basic and straightforward method available where you literally copy your music files from your iTunes library and paste it into your Android handset. Here’s how you do that.
If you’re planning on moving to Android, then Google Play Music could be worth looking into as you can actually transfer songs from your iTunes library to it. Google has given users a 50,000 song upload limit, and the best part is that because it is synced in the cloud, you can access it on multiple Android devices that share the same account.
doubleTwist (download) is a free application for Windows that lets you sync your songs from iTunes to your Android device. This is a much more simpler option than the one mentioned above, plus you also have the option of keeping it synced whenever you download new songs to your computer.
All the methods listed above are free including the apps that you might need to download. They are also quite straightforward and pretty quick, where how fast it takes to transfer will depend on how many songs you’ve got.
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