If you’ve got a phone, you probably use it to listen to music. And chances are over the years, you’ll use products across all the big providers, notably Apple and Android. However, a lot of us face a problem: if you have a huge library of iTunes tracks, how do you get them working on an Android device? The answer: Synctunes free for iTunes.
How does Synctunes free for iTunes work?
It’s a little time consuming, but worth it for what it achieves. First you need to get the app on your Android device from the Google Play store. Then you use the Synctunes website to install their programme on your computer. Follow the instructions, and then you’ll be able to use the app to sync your iTunes on your Android device.
Are there any limitations to Synctunes free for iTunes?
Synctunes free for iTunes does not transfer DRM copyright media. This means that if you’ve downloaded a track from the iTunes store, in might not sync. However, if you’ve used iTunes to rip media from DRM-free disks, or have DRM-free media downloaded, then away you go! The paid version also imports album art and podcasts.