How to Transfer Music from iTunes to Android

How do I get my music from iTunes to my Android phone? 3 ways are offered to get iTunes music on Android. You can choose a USB cable, Google Play Music or AnyTrans for Android to help.

By Faye Clarke | Posted on: Mar. 01, 2019, Last Updated: Mar. 20, 2019
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When you switch from Apple to Android, one problem you may faced with is that it is hard to transfer data through two different operation systems, especially transfer data from iTunes to Android. In this article, we will focus on how to transfer music from iTunes to Android. Three easy and efficient ways are offered, please keep reading and check more details.

Part 1. How to Transfer Music from iTunes to Android with USB Cable

This is the most common method that users would think of when talking about transferring music from iTunes to Android. What this method does is to locate iTunes music files in your computer, copy and paste to your Android device internal storage. Following are the steps of procedures.

Step 1 Open the iTunes music folder on your computer by heading to the following path and copy the music you want to transfer.

Windows: This PC > Music > iTunes > iTunes Media > Music folder.

Mac: the Users > [username] > Music > iTunes > iTunes Media > Music folder.

How to Transfer Music from iTunes to Android with USB Cable - Step 1

How to Transfer Music from iTunes to Android with USB Cable – Step 1

Step 2 Connect your Android phone to computer, remember to set it in MTP mode.

Step 3 Open your Android internal storage and find the Music file, paste the music you have copied from iTunes. After the pasting process is finished, these music are successfully transferred to your Android device.

Part 2. How to Transfer Music from iTunes to Android via AnyTrans for Android

Using AnyTrans for Android to directly transfer music from iTunes library to Android will save much more effort. AnyTrans for Android supports almost all the Android model in the market, including the latest HUAWEI P20 Pro and Samsung S10. Check what AnyTrans for Android can do for you.

Step 1 Download and install AnyTrans for Android on the computer. Open it and plug in your Android device.

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Step 2 Choose the Android Mover on the main interface.

How to Transfer Music from iTunes to Android Directly – Step 2

How to Transfer Music from iTunes to Android Directly – Step 2

Step 3 Choose iTunes Library to Android, as you can see below, all contents available in iTunes Library are displayed here. Choose Music option and click the Next button to start the iTunes to Android transfer.

How to Transfer Music from iTunes to Android Directly – Step 3

How to Transfer Music from iTunes to Android Directly – Step 3

Part 3. How to Get iTunes Music on Android via Google Play Music

Compatible with iTunes, Google Play Music provides cloud storage for up to 50,000 songs. Let’s check how it works to help you finish iTunes to Android transfer:

Step 1 Open Google play store in any web browser and then head for “My Music” tab to begin.

Step 2 Download Music Manager by clicking the “Listen Now” tab in the left panel of the browser.

How to Get iTunes Music on Android Using Google Play Music – Step 2

How to Get iTunes Music on Android Using Google Play Music – Step 2

Step 3 Install the Music Manager and sign into your Google account. When a popup box shows, choose “Upload song to Google Play”, and then select iTunes.

How to Get iTunes Music on Android Using Google Play Music – Step 3

How to Get iTunes Music on Android Using Google Play Music – Step 3

Step 4 Once the upload process is complete, all of your iTunes music will appear in the Google Play music app on your Android device.

The Bottom Line

We hope the given choices have already helped you to transfer music from iTunes to Android successfully. The AnyTrans for Android supports not only supports transferring iTunes library to Android, it also enables you to switch from iPhone to Android in one click. How about to get it to have a trial >

Faye Clarke

Member of iMobie_Inc, an enthusiastic fan of Apple and Jazz music, always ready to offer advice and solutions to any iOS & Android related issues.