How to Transfer Music from Windows Media Player to iPhone/iPod/iPad

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How to transfer music from Windows Media player to iPhone/iPad/iPod? If you don't know, please read this guide, it shows you two easy ways to transfer music from Windows Media Player to iPhone/iPod/iPad.

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Jun. 30, 2017

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Download AnyTrans and follow this guide to transfer songs from Windows Media Player to iPhone/iPod/iPad.

Windows Media Player is an excellent music player that enables PC users to play audio, videos and view images. If you have a list of songs on Windows Media player and want to enjoy them on iDevices, then you need to transfer those songs from Windows Media Player to your iDevices. Don't know how to transfer music from Windows Media Player to iPhone/iPad/iPod? Then read this guide, it shows you two ways to transfer music from Windows Media Player to iPhone/iPad/iPod.

Method 1. Transfer Music from Windows Media Player to iOS Device with AnyTrans

When it comes to transfer music from Windows Media Player to iPhone/iPod/iPad, AnyTrans is surely one of the best choices. Following are reasons:

1. Efficiency. AnyTrans always transfers data in fast speed. It would only take 3 minutes to transfer hundreds of songs.

2. No data loss. Unlike iTunes, AnyTrans wouldn't erase any data on your iDevices, thus no data loss would occur.

3. Easy to operate. AnyTrans is simply designed so that even green hands could operate it well.

Below are detailed steps of using AnyTrans to transfer music from Windows Media Player to iDevices.

Step 1. Download AnyTrans and start it on your computer then connect your iDevice to computer.

Step 2. Wait until AnyTrans recognizes your iDevice, click iDevice tab on the upper left, then scroll down or click the tab to your right.

How to Transfer Music from Windows Media Player to iPhone/iPod/iPad - Step 1

How to Transfer Music from Windows Media Player to iPhone/iPod/iPad - Step 1

Step 2. Click Audio > Music.

How to Transfer Music from Windows Media Player to iPhone/iPod/iPad - Step 2

How to Transfer Music from Windows Media Player to iPhone/iPod/iPad - Step 2

Step 3. Click Add Music from Computer tab, navigate to Library > Music. Select the songs you want to transfer to iPod then click Open. Your songs on Windows Media Player would then be transferred to iDevice soon.

How to Transfer Music from Windows Media Player to iPhone/iPod/iPad - Step 3

How to Transfer Music from Windows Media Player to iPhone/iPod/iPad - Step 3

Method 2. Transfer Music from Windows Media Player to iOS Device with iTunes

Using iTunes to transfer music from Windows Media Player would erase existing data on iDevice. If you don't want to lose any data on iDevice, please refer to Method 1.

Step 1. Navigate to Library > Music, copy music from Music Library to desktop or wherever you can easily find them.

Step 2. Download the latest version of iTunes, Go to Files, click Add File to Library, select the songs then confirm. After all had done, songs on computer are added to iTunes Library.

How to Transfer Music from Windows Music Player to iPhone/iPod/iPad - Step 2

How to Transfer Music from Windows Music Player to iPhone/iPod/iPad - Step 2

Step 3. Connect your iDevice to computer, select songs you want to transfer to iPhone/iPod/iPad, then click Song and Add to Device.

How to Transfer Music from Windows Music Player to iPhone/iPod/iPad - Step 3

How to Transfer Music from Windows Music Player to iPhone/iPod/iPad - Step 3

The Bottom Line

That's all for two ways to transfer music from Windows Media Player to iPhone/iPod/iPad. Hopefully now you can transfer music from Windows Media Player to iDevice. If you find this guide helpful, please share with others or give it a like. As for convenience and efficiency, AnyTrans is definitely a better choice, besides, AnyTrans provides seven-day free trial, why don't you download it and have a try?

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