How to Transfer Music from Mac to Android 6.0 Phone/Tablet

Transferring music from Mac to Android is not as simple as transferring from Mac to iPhone because of the operating system obstacle which makes it unable to directly transfer the songs through iTunes. But fortunately, it’s not impossible thanks to iTunes Transfer. Below is the persuasive introduction on what iTunes Transfer is and how it helps.

iTunes Transfer, as its name implies, is an outstanding program that allows you to transfer files for Android devices. Of course, transferring music from Mac to Android is included. It’s a sharp sword breaking the barrier between the two different operating systems – Mac and Android. Moreover, it’s also a bridge allowing you to copy songs between Mac and Android.

iTunes Transfer – moving songs between Mac and Android phone

Steps to transfer music from Macbook to Android are very easy without a long list of complex operation. Check and follow the guide below.

Step 1 Connect your Android phone to Macbook
After downloading and installing Android music Transfer on your computer, you will be asked to pair your Android and Mac with the USB cable. After the detection, your Android will be recognized and infos of your Android be shown in the interface.

iTunes Transfer Home

Step 2 Copy music from Mac to Android
Choose the “Music” category on the left side. Then, all the songs are listed, including name, time, artist, album and genre. What you need to do is just to click “Add” > “Add File” / “Add Folder” on the top and there will pop-up a window asking you to choose the songs you want to transfer.

copy music from Mac to Android

Within few seconds, all the songs you’ve just added to your computer will be shown in the music category. As you can see, by connecting your Android to Mac and perform the simple click on Android Transfer, you can add songs easily without quality any damages. Please feel free to let us know if you face problems while using the outstanding music transfer tool for Android.

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