How to Transfer Playlist from iPod touch to iTunes

iPod Touch, a forgotten iOS product, has released the latest 6th generation on July, 2015 quietly. Maybe most Apple fans would rather get the iPhone 6s than iPod Touch 6, but still it’s a product that fascinated by large groups of music lovers. The iPod touch 6 uses the powerful Apple A8 System-on-chip with 1 GB LPDDR3 DRAM and PoverVR 4-core GPU, which provides users the most cutting-edge experience like iPhone 6 does.

But hardware is still hardware, how well it works much depends on the software and the service. If you still own an iPod Touch 5th Gen, how well do you know to backup and copy the playlist from iPod to iTunes Library? That means you could easily transfer them to the new one. Perhaps you need iPod Transfer to make it true.

iPod Transfer – Best media manager for iPod

Only Windows version supports playlist transfer right now. For macOS users, you may also transfer music directly with the Mac version iPod Transfer. Click the buttons to download it.

Step 1 Get iPod connected to PC
First thing first, install and run the iPod Transfer on your computer. As soon as you connect the iPod touch to the PC, the software will detect its model. Just like the demo below, you can directly browse basic info. Meanwhile, iPod Touch 6/5/4 runs iOS 6 to 9.3 are supported.

iPod Playlist Transfer

Step 2 Export iPod Playlist to iTunes Library
Consider that you’ve already had iTunes installed, click the Playlist tab on the left. Check every playlists you want to move from iPod, and tap the Export to button on the menu bar. Choose Export to iTunes Library. Now, sit back and leave the rest to this tool.

iPod Playlist export to iTunes

Within seconds, all the media data on the playlists will be copied from iPod Touch to iTunes Library. Simple enough, right? With this mighty iPod Transfer, you can transfer almost everything from iPod to Computer or iTunes. If you’ve an Android phone too, you may also try to transfer iTunes music to Android. Download and go check it now!

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