If you’re an iPod owner, then you must be having music collection through iTunes. But what if you’ve recently purchased an Android powered smartphone and want that same music collection in your Android device? Carrying iOS and Android devices at the same time is not a sin but why carry iPod just to take music collection with you. So is there an easy way to sync iTunes with Android phone or tablet? Yes, fortunately there’s a popular application in the Android market for this purpose.
Those who prefer to this manually can just copy music from desktop and then add that music to Android device. But this is a manual way with no syncing capabilities. Read on to know the smart solution to this problem.
Sync iTunes Music to Android Phone
Enter iSyncr, which is a combination of windows program and an Android app to sync your phone/tablet with iTunes. iSyncr enables you to quickly sync your Android device with the music you have in iTunes using a simple and easy to use interface. This application is not free, you’ll need to shell out $2.99. It’s affordable and performs the task like a charm, therefore its worth purchasing this app.
If you don’t want to plug in the device every time for syncing, then you can also purchase the optional iSyncr WiFi Add-On for $0.99. Music can be updated automatically or manually over your home WiFi network. With this add-on you won’t be needing that handy USB cable. To use this app, just search iSyncr WiFi in the Android Market.
- Works with existing iTunes playlists and libraries
- Includes album art with your music to enjoy on your phone
- Sync your ratings, play counts, skip counts, last played date, and last skipped date between iTunes and your phone to keep your smart playlists up to date
- Sync your MP3 downloads on your device back to your iTunes library
- Sync your video and podcasts
Note that you will need iTunes installed in your Windows PC. iSyncr is really a useful app to sync Android to iTunes.
Download iSyncr for PC from here