For the majority iPhone/iOS users, iTunes is the only way to access their music library. So, when you start to use an Android device, it can be a major challenge to access songs and playlists in your iTunes. How on earth can you transfer your iTunes playlists to Android phone? Thankfully, transferring iTunes playlists to android is no longer a hassle. With some help from free online tools, the process is fairly pain-free.
Unlike Apple products (iPhone, iPod and iPad), which are recognized directly by iTunes as soon as they are connected, Android phones are displayed on computers as storage devices (like a USB or external hard drive). When you connect your Android to your computer with a USB cable, you can use a music transfer tool to access iTunes and all your files, even those blocked by default to Android. A great option is KiwiG PhonTunes. It can easily transfer iTunes music and playlists to a different platform with no barriers. It supports copying of whole playlists, individual songs, and full libraries. Better still, it's totally free.
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