The popularity of the iPhone is undeniable. However, despite its superior performance, a smart phone is only as good as its ability to make our day-to-day life easier. Listening to music on an iPhone is as common a function as any, but sometimes getting your music to the iPhone can be a bit of a nightmare.
As the exclusive music platform of Apple products, iTunes allows you to easily copy music and playlists to an iPhone and play these files directly on the device while out and about. Users are necessarily close with the application when moving music from their computer to a mobile device, but often are frustrated by the program. A top frustration is: any music files not copied to the user's iTunes library can't be accessed by an iPhone.
Is there a quick and simple way to transfer music in a file folder, USB drive, or external hard drive to an iPhone without iTunes? Here I will introduce a freeware option for your music transfer needs. KiwiGeeker PhonTunes allows you to easily migrate music files from your computer (or an external device) to your iPhone without iTunes (with a slew of cool other features, too!).
KiwiG PhonTunes supports free import of music to your iPhone library without Apple copyright restrictions (any songs, purchased from iTunes or downloaded elsewhere). Just follow the three simple steps below to transfer music without iTunes.
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