Is there any way add music straight to your iPod.app straight from your iPhone (such as ones you have downloaded from Safari) without going through iTunes?
In many iPhone users’ eyes, iTunes is the only media player to manage iPhone. Thus, even they loathe the idea of transferring songs to iPhone with iTunes, they still use iTunes. However, things have changed. Now, without iTunes, you can also transfer music files to iPhone from PC or iPhone/iPad/iPod easily. All that you need to do is to use a smart Apple device manager. Wondershare TunesGo Retro (Windows) or Wondershare TunesGo Retro (Mac) enables you not only to move music from computer to iPhone, but also copy songs from other iPhone/iPad/iPod to iPhone.
Note: The Mac version doesn’t support transferring music between iPhone, iPad and iPod.
Transfer music to iPhone from PC or iDevices in 2 steps
Download TunesGo Retro and follow the next tutorial. The steps are quite easy. You can get yourself understood quickly.
Note: Here, let’s try Wondershare TunesGo Retro Windows version. As a Mac user, you can do the music transferring with the similar steps.
Step1: Install TunesGo Retro and run it
First of all, install and run TunesGo Retro on your computer. Connect your iPhone to your computer via a USB cable . TunesGo Retro will automatically detect your iPhone as soon as it’s connected. Then your iPhone will be displayed in the primary window.
Note: To use Wondershare Mobile Go for iOS normally, you need to install iTunes on your computer. If you have not installed it, don’t worry. The first time you launch this program, it will offer you the installation window of iTunes. Then, install iTunes.
Step2: Sync music to iPhone
Click "Media" in the left column. Click "Music" at the top line of the media window. Then, you will enter the music window. Click the little triangle under "Add">"Add File" or "Add Folder" from your PC to your iPhone.
Or, if you want to copy music to iPhone from iPad, iPod or other iPhone, you should connect your other iDevices to TunesGo Retro at the same time. Then, in the other iDevice’s directory tree, click "Media" >"Music". In the music window, choose music files and then click the triangle under "Export to". In the drop-up menu, select to copy songs to iPhone.
Now, you are done! Music has been transferred to your iPhone. You can enjoy yourself in music with your iPhone.
Indeed, besides copying songs to iPhone from PC and iDevices, you can directly add and group your iPhone contacts on your computer, as well as merge duplicate contacts with zero data loss. At the same time, you are able to transfer iPhone contacts to Outlook Express, vCard files, Windows Address Book, Windows Live Mail and Outlook 2003/2007/2010, and vice versa.