5 free software tools to sync iTunes library to Android device

Apple iTunes is at the heart of Apple ecosystem. The software is one-stop platform to organize your iTunes library, contacts, notes, books, videos, etc. and is also considered as one of the best music player around.

5 free software tools to sync iTunes library to Android device

While, it's quite easy for users who are long-time iOS users, the software can be tricky for first time users who have always used Android smartphones.

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Besides, it is believed that iTunes can only be used on Apple devices. What if we tell you that you can also access your iTunes library on your Android devices without much trouble?

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Yes, you heard it right. It is possible and very easy to sync your iTunes playlist on your Android device with the help of third party softwares. Here we have listed 5 of them that can help you transfer playlists from iTunes to Android. Here you go!

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Google Play Music

First in our list is Google Play Music that can also be used to transfer your iTunes files to your Android devices. To make the transition easier, you need to download Google Music Manager or Google Play Music for Chrome on your computer. Make sure you also have Google Play Music app installed on your Android device.

Post installing the apps on your devices, sign in with your Gmail account. You will see an option ‘Sync from iTunes' in the list to sync your iTunes library to your Gmail account. Select the option to sync your iTunes library to your Android device.

iSyncr

iSyncr is free and is one of the best application in the Google Play Store to sync your iTunes library with your Android device. To use the iSyncr to transfer your iTunes library, you need to install the iSyncr application on your Android device, and a desktop client called iSyncr Desktop on your PC or Mac.

Once you have installed the softwares, connect your Android device over USB cable and right click on the iSyncr icon on your PC's system tray to select your device from the popup menu. Make sure you have iTunes installed on your PC.

Now the software will open up the iTunes library from your PC from where you can select the songs, podcasts, etc. that you want to transfer to your Android device.

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Double Twist

Next in our list is Double Twist, which allows you to sync your iTunes content to your Android device. But there's a catch to use this software- your Android device must support USB mass storage protocol (MTP).

First install the Double Twist desktop client on your PC and connect your Android device to your PC via USB cable. Select your phone from Double Twist's device's list to copy iTunes files to your phone's storage.

The software also allows you to copy iTunes file via individual playlists. To copy individual files, import iTunes playlist to Double Twist by just pressing on the import button.

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Airsync

Another effective tool is Airsync, which is basically a wireless version of Double Twist. Airsync does not require any USB cable to transfer iTunes content to your Android devices, however asks for a minimal fee of Rs 50 to install and use the individual component.

SynciTunes

The last tool in our list is SynciTunes that is similar to Airsync and allows you to transfer content from your iTunes library to Android. SynciTunes can sync an existing iTunes library from windows to your android device. Post syncing the iTunes library from your iOS device, you can sync your music, podcasts and videos from your iTunes library to your android device over Wi-Fi network.

It is worth mentioning that the free version of SynciTunes has a limit of 100 songs per sync session.

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