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How to Transfer Music from iPhone to iPod?

author 2014-04-29 posted by Gabriel Rutberg in Melbourne

If you own one Apple product, chances are you own another. Studies have shown that the average Apple user owns at least two different devices. iPhones, iPods and iPads are all great devices with different strengths and capabilities, and with seamless compatibility included, owning a full arsenal for different needs makes a lot of sense. There are still some challenges, however, one of the biggest being transferring data, like music, directly between devices.

iTunes does not support direct transfer of music from one device to another, and instead is designed to be the pool from which the songs are pulled to external players. Situations where someone would want to directly transfer, however, are many! Perhaps you’ve spent a lot of time on a playlist on your iPhone, and want to move it to your iPod in the few minutes you have before going to work. Maybe you’ve legally downloaded some songs from a download app, and can’t move it into iTunes, first. Ultimately, it’s just more convenient to skip the middle man when most of your music listening is done on mobile devices.

Now, there is a software solution that lets you move your music from your iPhone to iPod for free, whenever you’d like, without even opening iTunes. KiwiG PhonTunes is that solution. The world’s only completely free music transfer tool, after downloading you can move between mobile devices, PCs, or external storage drives in minutes, manage your playlists and song details, and even listen on the built-in music player. The convenience and ease of use is what gets most users hooked. Below, we’ll take you through, step-by-step, how to move your music between your iPhone and iPod.

Step 1.Launch KiwiG PhonTunes. Connect your iPod and iPhone to the computer. PhonTunes will automatically recognize the devices and show them in tabs on the far right. The middle displays your PC music details (from iTunes or a local library), and the top has the music player. First click on your iPhone.

Step 2.Select all the songs you want to move from your iPhone to your iPod. You can also select or make playlists.

Step 3.In the upper right-hand corner of the iPhone display box, there’s an arrow icon. Click the icon, and select your iPod. Click Start to finish your transfer. You’re all done!

Once you try KiwiG PhonTunes, you can enjoy your iPhone and iPad without the hassle of iTunes, and listen to your music freely, anytime, anywhere.

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