You gotta love the Apple product family. Once you’ve owned one, it’s hard to not give the others a shot. Apple began their dominance of the portable music player industry with the iPod, and since then has designed better and more diverse products that allow people to enjoy their music wherever they go. More recently, however, the iPad has been taking off as a favorite mobile device, particularly beloved for its media playing capabilities.
So, you’ve bought yourself an iPad, and are dying to get all your favorite music from your iPad onto it. What’s the best way to go about this? How can you quickly and easily move your music from one device to another?
The usual method requires all your music to be stored in iTunes on your computer, which is then synced to your iPod and iPad, separately. This works for some users just fine, particularly those who buy all their music through iTunes store. However, if your iPod has music that’s not in your iTunes library, or if you don’t use iTunes, it can be pretty challenging. Luckily, today there are easy and free solutions to move your music between devices, without ever opening iTunes.
KiwiG PhonTunes is the revolutionary music transfer software that enables you to move music between devices (PC, iOS, Android, and even external storage devices), 100% free. Most other music transfer software solutions give you a trial of 20 to 100 songs before you must buy a license, but PhonTunes on the other hand offers free lifetime music transfer services once you download. Also, it’s very easy to use. Below, we’ll take you through the steps of transferring your music from an iPod to your iPad.
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