Transfer Music From Android to Iphone

How To Transfer Music From Android To iPhone?

Android and iOS are the two most famous (and currently the only) operating systems for smartphones. Each has its own advantages and disadvantages, and each user, depending on whether they use an Android phone or an iPhone, will tell you that the system he uses is “better”. Given that one has advantages that the other does not have, it is not uncommon for an occasional user to switch from Android to iOS (and vice versa).

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How to transfer music from android to iphone

Music is something that the vast majority of users worry about when it comes to switching from Android to iOS. Imagine having a large collection of songs on your Android and wanting to upgrade to a newer iOS device. Of course, it would be very important for you to know whether or not you can upload this music to iOS at all. However, the good thing is that in the vast majority of cases, you can seamlessly transfer music from Android to Iphone.

In case the music you want to transfer from Android to iOS is free from any copyright (ie if it is “DRM free”), you can easily transfer it to your iPhone. Just add it to iTunes and connect it to your iPhone. If the music is copyrighted, then you should install a special application to allow the music to be downloaded. The thing about music like this is that some of them don’t have support on the iPhone, so there may be some problems with downloading music if you have a large number of copyrighted songs (or albums).

Since Windows Media Player files cannot be run on the iPhone, it would be best to add them to iTunes, transfer them to MP3 or AAC format and then synchronize them. However, if you listen to your music through streaming services (such as Spotify), all your music will be saved. You just have to download the applications of these streaming services on your iPhone, log in to them, and that’s it.

How to transfer music from iphone to android

When a user chooses an iOS device, whether it is an iPhone or an iPad tablet, it will be redirected to a web address that will explain in detail the process of data transfer. You can transfer contacts, photos, music, synchronize email messages and your favorite applications.

Music is transferred to your Google Account through Google Play Music Manager service.

I believe that many people are wondering how to transfer music from iphone to android without computer, or vice versa, how to transfer music from iphone to android. There are also several ways in which music can be transfered without using your cable or laptop. One involves manual switching (similar to switching photos – connecting both devices to your computer and copying files from iPhone to Android), while the other is downloading music from your Google Play Music option.

Of course, this is achievable if all your music is on your computer. We will assume that you are using iTunes. So the procedure will go as follows:

 Go to iTunes and download all music you have purchased that is not recorded locally (such as your computer).

  • Then use Google Music Manager to sync any Android devices you have. The main problem with this procedure will be that in case the file is downloaded, you will use internet traffic when you listen to it.
  • If we use streaming services, such as Spotify, Deezer or similar, just install the appropriate application on the iPhone from the App Store, sign in and enjoy.

Of course, we can also easily transfer music stored on the phone to the iPhone. Mac users can transfer files using Android File Transfer. How is it done?

  • Connect your Android phone to your computer and open the music folder. Basically, this folder is called Music.
  • We will copy the desired music into one folder on your computer. We can simply drag the highlighted files to the desired location. Then open iTunes, select Library, and then click Music. Open the folder where you want to upload your music, drag the files to iTunes and wait.
  • Then connect your iPhone to your computer and select the Music tab in iTunes. You can choose to sync your entire library or just specific songs, playlists, albums, or artists.
  • Confirm in the lower right corner of the Sync button and after switching, it will appear in the Music app.

How to transfer music from android to iphone using bluetooth?

To transfer music from android to iPhone: On your device, go to Settings> Bluetooth and turn on Bluetooth. Stay on that screen until you have completed the process for pairing the accessory.

Put the accessories in detection mode and wait for it to appear on the device. If you do not see it or are unsure how to enable the accessories to be discovered, read the instructions provided with the accessories or contact the manufacturer.

To pair it, touch the name of the accessory when it appears on the screen. You may need to enter a PIN or password. If you do not know the PIN or password, refer to the accessories documentation for them.

When you pair accessories, you can use them with your device. To pair multiple Bluetooth accessories, repeat these steps. Learn how to change your device’s audio sources.

And don’t forget, only legal copyrighted music can be transferred.

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Mahim Gupta
Mahim Gupta
I love journalism and writing, and I emphasize facts and direct implications for readers. I have a Bachelor's in Computer Science from Rutgers University and I've been writing about business, technology and science trends for many years. I also love writing about politics, world news or topics that require more perspective. Beyond industry news and news reviews, I review products, services and business profiles/brands. Head Writer | Editor at WeeklyReviewer

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