The Easy Ways to Transfer iTunes Music to Windows Phone
If you have an iOS device, like the iPhone, iPod, or the iPad, then you may have many nice songs purchased on your iTunes. After you buy the new model of the Windows phone, you may want to simply transfer iTunes music to new Windows Phone. In this article, I would like to introduce you some nice ways to fulfill your goal. I should say, you need to know in advance where the iTunes music on your computer are stored in. If you have no exact idea, you can launch your iTunes and click on the “Advanced” button to find it out.
Before you get to know the methods, you need to know that the methods vary together with the operation systems you use on your computer. For example, there will not always get the best results when you try to use the Mac computers to support your Windows phones, so you may need some third party tool like the Windows phone connector, to help you do better connection between your Mac computer and your Windows phone. And if you use the Windows computer running the XP or Vista, then you can directly use the Windows Explorer to help you, which can copy the iTunes music without a hassle. But for the uses of the Windows 7 and later, the best choice for you is to download an application.
Method 1. Transfer iTunes Music to Windows Phone with the Windows Phone app
Here is the detailed tutorial for your reference.
Step 1. Download the Windows Phone app for the desktop on your computer. And then install it on your computer following the installation. After the installation, you can double-click on the icon of this application on your computer to launch it. And for the first time users, you can see a throughout process guidance on the interface.
Step 2. Or you can just do as I am going to tell you. Find the “Settings” button on the upper right and click on it. Then you will see the new screen, and find the option of “Sync music, videos, and more from”, and tap on the “iTunes” option to go on.
Step 3. Now you can transfer many kinds of files to your Windows phone. And just check the “Sync Music” item. Of course, you can also check the other items desired.
Step 4. You can see there is a full list of the audio files on your computer that you can transfer to your new Windows phone. Just choose the one that you want.
Step 5. Finally, click on the “Sync” button to start the transferring process.
Method 2. Transfer iTunes Music to Windows Phone with the Music Drop
There is a professional app for the users of the Windows phone to transfer the iTunes music from the Windows computer. What's more, it is easy to use with a friendly interface.
Step 1. With a steady network, download the Music Drop on both your Windows phone and your computer. Then you install them successfully before launching them. And it is noticeable that the browser on your computer need to support the HTML5.
Step 2. On the interface of the Music Drop on your computer, you will get a URL, with which you need to input into your browser. And then go to the target address.
Step 3. Then your Windows phone and your computer will get connected after you get to the address. And also all the available audio files on your computer will be displayed on the browser's screen.
Step 4. Then every song you click on the screen will be automatically synced to the Cloud service of the Music Drop. And you can get the specific songs on your Windows phone right after that.
Method 3. Transfer iTunes Music to Windows Phone manually
In fact, the common way to transfer the iTunes music to a mobile phone is to connect the phone to your computer, and then transfer the music files by drawing and dropping. I would like to mention that it is simple, but it is good for those who want an organized phone storage space. You can see the process in the following passages:
Step 1. Connect your Windows phone to your computer. And then open it as a folder or an external drive.
Step 2. Open another window, and go to the location of the iTunes music on your computer.
Step 3. Choose the audio files that you like and then right click on them, and copy them.
Step 4. Paste them on the “Music” folder on your Windows phone. And then disconnect your phone from your computer.