Android as an open source technology is becoming more and more important every day. The user demand curve is clearly shifting towards this technology, and when it comes to the current situation, there are many more Android users than iOS, which shows the popularity as well as the user engagement in this regard. This has forced both Google and Apple Inc. to develop in-platform file and data sharing software of all kinds.
Most users want to transfer music files and media files from one device to another, and for the same reason, it should be noted that this guide teaches all such users to do the best they can so that they can use both technologies. side by side. It should also be noted that the number of users using Android and iOS phones is also increasing, and for the same reason that developments in this regard are necessary for both platforms so that users can continue to enjoy the best services as well as quench their thirst for both iOS and Android.
Part 1. Synchronize iPhone/iPod/iPad music with iTunes and then upload to Google Music
This is a two-part process that the user must follow to make sure that the content is transferred to the appropriate platform without any problems. First, the user needs to sync the iDevice with iTunes and then sync iTunes with Google Music. The following is the process that must be followed:
- Connect the iPhone to the PC with a USB cable.
- Start iTunes and click the “Device” icon in the upper left corner of iTunes.
- Select the “Music” or other media type in the left sidebar that you want to sync.
- In the iTunes settings, the user should also make sure that the appropriate highlighted option is selected. This window appears as soon as the synchronization starts. Selecting this option and clicking OK ensures that the first part of the process is complete.
- The user should visit music.google.com to ensure that the Google music app for computer is downloaded.
- The user should follow the prompts and accept the terms and conditions to ensure that the app is successfully downloaded. Then launch it.
- Once this is done, the user should make sure that the option “Automatically download songs added to iTunes” is checked so that the music that was synced with iTunes in the first part is then synced with Google music.
- The user should now download Google Play Music from the Google Play store.
- After downloading the app on the Android phone, the user needs to tap it to have it open. The “All Music” option should be selected from the drop down menu and the “My Library” option should be selected in the left pane. This will ensure that all music synced with Google Music is displayed.
- The playlist or music that should be stored on the device can be managed by clicking the corresponding icon in the upper right corner and this completes the process completely. If the user wants to stream music, there is no need to store the playlist on the device, but if the user wants to make sure that music is also liked on the go as well as offline, then this option should definitely be used.
Part 2. Transferring music directly from iPod/iPad/iPhone to Android device with Dr.Fone – Phone Manager (iOS)
There are no words to describe the brilliance of Dr.Fone – Phone Manager (iOS), a software developed by Wondershare to ensure that different functions are performed on different platforms. It not only helps iOS users, but also Android users make sure that everything is done in the best way with them in terms of sharing files and data, but they also use software platforms created by the respective companies. It’s a great program to connect with, and for the same reason it’s highly rated by users, which is a testament to its popularity and concern for customers. Below is a process that also answers the question in the title.
Transfer music from iPhone to Android without iTunes
- Transfer, manage, export/import your music, photos, videos, contacts, SMS, apps, etc.
- Backup your music, photos, videos, contacts, SMS, apps, etc. to your computer and restore them easily.
- Transfer music, photos, videos, contacts, messages, etc. from one smartphone to another.
- Transfer media files between iOS devices and iTunes.
- Fully compatible with iOS 7, iOS 8, iOS 9, iOS 10, iOS 11 and iPod.
Step 1 Download, install and run Dr.Fone on your computer and select Phone Manager from all functions. Then connect your iPhone/iPad to your computer using a USB cable.
Step 2 Go to the “Music” tab in Dr.Fone. Here you can manage and stream all audio files, including music, podcasts, etc.
Step 3 Simultaneously connect your Android phone to your computer. Then click “Export” and you will see the option “Export to Device”. It supports exporting music to target iPhone and Android devices.
Bonus feature: transferring music from your device to iTunes with Dr.Fone – Phone Manager (iOS)
Dr.Fone – Phone Manager (iOS) still allows you to transfer music from your iDevice/Android to iTunes. Just go to “Music” and select the music on your device, then tap “Export” > “Export to iTunes” .