How to Transfer Music from Android to iPhone without iTunes.
I am very careful with my playlist and I love it on all my devices. I recently got an iPhone for testing applications and usually I have it. I wanted to transfer music from Android device to iPhone, but you need a long process.
I first had to transfer music to my computer and then connect my iPhone to my computer using a Lightning cable. After that, use iTunes to transfer music from computer to iPhone. Well, I could have done it, but I was traveling without my laptop and I only had two devices at the time I got the idea. After searching for a long time, I found a very intuitive idea that would allow you to transfer music from Android to iPhone without iTunes. Let’s see what it is.
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Transfer music from Android to iPhone without computer
We need an app that runs on the iPhone and lets you transfer all your music files from Android to iPhone. Before I show you how to transfer files, let’s first discuss how this application works.
Cloud Music Player is a music player app for your iPhone that also allows you to transfer music files from your computer to your iPhone without a USB cable. The app creates a local web server that is hosted by the app and you can upload your music files using a web browser on your computer. Now if I can do it in my computer’s web browser, it makes sense to do it in Chrome on my Android device and guess what? It works like a charm.
Let’s see how to transfer music from Android to iPhone without iTunes
Download Cloud Player (free) from the app store by clicking this link. Grant the app store permission to install the app after it has finished
Run the application, you will see several options at the bottom of the screen. Click “Sources” in the lower left corner.
Wi-Fi sources are displayed as an option on the screen.
There are other import options like Google Drive and Dropbox.
We’ll choose WiFi Transfer to keep it up to date.
When you click on the icon, you will see the IP address with some instructions.
The instructions read: “Keep your devices, ie iPhone and Android, on the same network.”
If you are at home and connected to the same network, everything is fine, but if you don’t have a router, you can just create a WiFi hotspot on your Android device and connect to him his iPhone. (Settings Modem & Portable Hotspot Enable Hotspot)
When both devices are connected to the same network, open Chrome on your Android phone, enter the IP address shown on the iPhone and press Enter.
The next screen that loads on your Android device is the page where you can upload your music files to sync to your iPhone.
Click on download files and select all music files on your android device.
Files are instantly downloaded over Wi-Fi, but if you have a lot of them, you may have to wait a few minutes.
You can click Cancel after downloading the files to iPhone by clicking the button in the upper left corner.
All files are now uploaded to your Cloud Player application.
You can listen to songs and create playlists, shuffle playlists.
Instead of that
1. You can use Google Drive or Dropbox – There are always alternative solutions, and this method is the same. Instead of downloading all these apps, you can directly drag and drop your files to Dropbox or Google Drive and listen to all the music files and also save the files offline.
2. Google Play Music – You can also sync music to Google Play Music, but only if you have a long playlist, I don’t recommend it if you only have a few songs to transfer to iPhone.
Transfer music from Android to iPhone without iTunes
Of course, this is always a problem when you are trying to share data with iPhone from the “outside world” due to the restrictive environment of the iPhone, but there are handy solutions. Now I have shown you a way to share music from your Android to iPhone without iTunes. Let us know in the comments if you like this solution.
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