How to Sync iTunes with Android
It's as easy as pie to sync your iPhone, iPod and iPad with iTunes. However, to sync iTunes with Android, you may have no way out. Don't worry. If you have a powerful Android manager, you still have a shaft left in your quiver. Here comes the Wondershare MobileGo for Android (for Windows users) or the Wondershare MobileGo for Android Pro (Mac). With this powerful Android manager, you're able to sync iTunes playlists to Android seamlessly.
Download the program to make the iTunes sync with Android.
How to sync iTunes with Android
Both Windows version and Mac version are available and work in a similar way. Download the right version. Here, I'll focus on the Windows version, say the Wondershare MobileGo for Android.
Step 1. Run this program on your computer
The first thing you should do is to install and run the Wondershare MobileGo for Android on your Windows computer. Then, have your Android phone or tablet connected to the computer via a USB cable or WiFi (WiFi is only available in the Windows version). Then, you will see your Android phone or tablet showing up in the primary window.
Note: Lots of Android phones and tablets are fully supported, like HTC, LG and Samsung. There're More Android Devices.
Step 2. Sync iTunes with Android
Now, let's come to the bottom line in the primary window. Click "Import iTunes Playlist". Then, in the pop-up Window, all playlists in iTunes are checked. If you just want to import some, you need to uncheck your unwanted playlists. After that, click "OK".
Then, the music window pops up. Here, you see that this program starts to import these playlists. Be sure your Android phone or tablet is connected during the process.
You see, with the MobileGo for Android software, you can quickly sync iTunes playlists to your Android phone and tablet. You never need to worry about it any more. Besides iTunes sync with Android, this nice Android manager gives you the power to do more things. You're able to:
- Backup and restore all data on your Android to computer. The data are: apps, SMS, contacts, music, call logs, videos, calendar and photos.
- Import vCard files on your computer to your Android devices.
- Send SMS directly from your computer to one or more people. Even when you get a phone call, you're capable of answering it with a SMS instead.
- Manage your Android apps, like installation, uninstallation and export.
- 1 click to capture Android screenshots for wallpaper or sharing.