Home > Music Transfer Wiki > Transfer Music from iPad to iPhone

How to Transfer Music from iPad to iPhone?

author 2014-06-18 updated by Gabriel Rutberg in Melbourne

Moving music between devices—particularly Apple devices—is not noted as the easiest of tasks. However, given the increased flow of music sharing, streaming, and downloading, solutions are also naturally arising to help the common user accomplish their music migration jobs.

On the market now are many third-party apps that can help you move music from an iPad to an iPhone. Some of these apps give you a free trial of 20 to 100 songs, after which you will need to pay a subscription to get licensed use of the product. Some will help you also to manage your music—create playlists, update album information, adjust ratings, and so on. The greatest ability, of course, is the direct transfer between external devices. With these apps, you do not need to save music to your computer, which may waste space and clog up your local directory.

KiwiGeeker is well known for our music transfer software, KiwiG PhonTunes. Now allowing you to transfer between PC, iPad, iPod, iPhone, Android devices and even external storage devices, it’s a robust solution that makes music transfer and music management easier than ever. Additionally, it is the world’s only completely free (lifetime free guarantee) music transfer software.

If you have found yourself in the common conundrum of wanting to transfer music from an iPad to an iPhone, PhonTunes can make it very easy for you. In four steps and a few minutes, your music will be securely moved to your iPhone without any headaches. Below, I’ll show you each step. If you like what you see, give it a try!

How to transfer music from an iPad to an iPhone:

Step 1.Launch KiwiG PhonTunes and connect the iPad and the iPhone to your PC. On the right hand side of PhonTunes, two tabs will appear, one for each device. First, click on the iPad tab to open up the music directory.

Step 2.In the iPad music directory, select all the music you want to move. You can also make playlists, edit song info, and manage your music at this step!

Step 3. Now that you have all your music selected, it’s time to transfer. At the top right-hand corner of the iPad music directory, a small icon can be found (it looks like a square around an arrow). Click that little guy to open the transfer window.

Step 4.In the transfer window, make sure the destination is selected as the iPhone. It’ll tell you how many songs are going to be moved. Then, click Start. In a couple minutes, your transfer will be completed!

If you run into any problems or have questions, feel free to comment below or get in touch with us at KiwiGeeker.

Add a comment

  • Your Name*
  • E-mail*
  • Comment*
  • Are you human?Please enter the characters below:
  •   *Another?