Your friends ask you "Why do you have so many Apple products?" Well, you have your reasons. And regardless of those reasons, you want to be able to use each digital member of your arsenal the way you want to get your daily jobs done. One important function of Apple products today is none other than music storing, managing, and playing. iPhone and iPad both come with iTunes music pre-installed and ready to blast your tunes—but what if you want to move your music between an iPhone and an iPad? Is there an easy way to get it done?
iTunes is equipped with protective barriers against music sharing and copying. This is to help protect artists’ rights and reduce the use of stolen music by Apple users. A lot of times, though, there are legitimate reasons you’d want to move your own music between your own electronic tools. Normally, you can’t just drag/drop the music, but instead must usually use iTunes as the basecamp-of-sorts to distribute songs outwards. But if you want to move music directly from an iPhone to an iPad, there are tools that can help.
KiwiG PhonTunes is a full-featured freeware from KiwiGeeker, which allows you to freely move music between devices. Supporting not only Apple but also Android products, you can share songs (including all details like song ratings), playlists, and even listen and manage to your music during the process. The process is very simple, and I’ll take you through the steps below.
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