Transfer MP3 to iPad without iTunes Sync
I have many mp3 music files I downloaded from an earlier jazz web site to my computer, and want to transfer them to my iPad. They are not iTune files. How can I do this? They are not organized and it would be nice if the program provided a means of doing so. I purchased my iPad in December 2012, and assume it is an iPad2.
Music encoded by MP3 is fairly popular. If you're confused about how to transfer MP3 to iPad without syncing iPad to iTunes, please fix your attention here. In this article, I'm glad to recommend you an iPad music transfer. That's Wondershare TunesGo (Windows) or Wondershare TunesGo (Mac). With this tool, you can transfer multiple MP3 files to your iPad at a time. More importantly, it never deletes the music files that you transfer to your iPad previously.
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Note: Both Windows version and Mac version support transfer MP3 files to The New iPad, iPad mini, iPad with Retina display, iPad 2 and iPad 1 when they are running iOS 5，iOS 6 and even the newest iOS 7. In this article, I decide to focus on the Windows version – Wondershare TunesGo.
How to transfer music to iPad without iTunes Sync
Launch TunesGo after the installation. This window will pop up.
Step 1. Use an USB cable to connect the iPad to the PC
Connect the iPad to the PC by plugging into the USB cable that comes with the iPad. TunesGo will detect the iPad instantly. Then, you see that the iPad is shown in the main window.
Step 2. Copy MP3 to iPad
Actually, TunesGo enables you to copy MP3 files or MP3 playlists to the iPad. Now, let me show you one by one.
Click on Transfer Music, enter the Transfer Music page after the device is connected. Then click Import to unfold two more options: Import from iTunes/Import from PC/Mac, choose to import from PC/Mac. After you are shown all transferable music files in the Window File Explorer, tick those you want to transfer and click OK. There it goes.
To move MP3 playlists from computer or even iTunes, you should click "Playlist". On the right pane, click the triangle under "Add" and choose "Add Playlists from Computer" or "Add iTunes library". Then, move the playlists on the iPad.
Note: The Mac version supports transferring MP3 playlists to iPad, but it doesn't show the playlists in this way.
Now, you know how to transfer MP3 to iPad without iTunes sync. It's just a piece of cake to make it, isn't it?
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