The impulse that pushes me to write this article was coming from my friend Teresa. She is really a crazy fan of Apple products as she’s got every new mode of iPod, iPhone, iPad and Mac pro as well. But recently she lost her iPhone by accident. Her boyfriend tried to make her happy but did the wrong thing- he bought her a new Samsung Galaxy! Here comes the problem- she couldn’t figure out ways to get back data from iTunes and transfer them to an Android phone because she never had any knowledge except Apple! She cried a river on that and struggled with how to retrieve those at least 500 purchased songs. I hope she will get the right clue to transfer music from iTunes to Android after reading this article.
I understand for most iOS users, iTunes is the only way to access their music library. When you start to use an Android device, the hardest part is to access songs and playlists in your iTunes. Android phones will not be recognized by iTunes but will be displayed as storage devices (like a USB or external hard drive). And this makes everything into simple matters. For Teresa, she only needs to connect Samsung Galaxy to computer with a USB cable and rely on a music transfer tool to help. This tool will access iTunes and all files even those blocked by default to Android. With some help from O2Tunes, the process is fairly pain-free. Transfer iPod to iTunes software can easily transfer music from iTunes to Android without any barriers. It supports copying of whole playlists, individual song, and full libraries.