iTunes - Review & Install Links
Sync iTunes to Android is a mobile app, which allows its users to synchronize a music catalog from their iPhone/MacBook to an Android gadget. It's possible with the help of Wi-Fi and syncing goes quite smoothly. Download Sync iTunes to Android to break at least some platform limitations.
Uninstall the app:
- Go to Settings menu
- Choose Apps or Application manager
- Touch the app you want to remove
- Press Uninstall
The magic of Wi-Fi
It might be your prog-rock collection with King Crimson, Pink Floyd and Tools albums. It could be your TV series catalogue with the likes of Better Call Saul, the Walking Dead, and Grey's Anatomy. Sync iTunes can do it all.
A few simple steps to do:
Download the app and install it on your Android gadget.
Make sure your Apple and Android devices are connected to the same Wi-Fi network.
The app will detect the Apple gadget.
After you add it, you can browse files to be synchronized.
And now your audiobooks, movies, TV shows and music bought on iTunes can be streamed via Android too. Moreover, the app will know the info about the playlists, song timing, album covers, artist names, genres and so forth. Want to have a 90's party? Synchronize the playlist with the jams from the epoch with your Android-controlled acoustic system and enjoy!
Save some pennies
Especially handy Sync iTunes to Android becomes when you want to stream media bought on iTunes on your Android-controlled smart TV. And instead of unwisely paying for the same content, again and again, you can resort to this app, showing some mercy for your bank account.
Visually the app is a little crude-looking. But the interface retains cleanliness and with its big, laconic category icons. It has a nice contrast between the white background and purple, almost blackberry-painted interactive elements. As a result, you won't have much to complain about in terms of performance and design.
The biggest drawbacks, according to our Sync iTunes to Android review, are the pesky ads and Wi-Fi disappearing sometimes, even if it works perfectly fine. Rebooting solves the latter problem.
By downloading Sync iTunes to Android you'll be able to "move" your treasured media collection from the Apple devices to Android if such a need calls. It's simple, intuitive and well-designed. Try it.
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