Transferring music from Apple device to an Android Smartphone, such as syncing iTunes music to HTC 10, you have very limited options. And, within these limited options, very few of them are up to the mark, as all the other software run very slowly, are not easy to use, have some kind of technical glitches, or any other fault, that you may come across when you use these software.
I like all the music and videos on my current phone. If I change to the Samsung Galaxy S7 or S7 Edge, all my favorite music and videos will go with my old phone? Is there any way to keep them and put them into my new Samsung Galaxy S7 or S7 Edge? If so, how to do?
Definitely, iPhone is one of the best sellers in the market and you can see 6 people of every 10 are using iPhone around you. Why iPhone is so popular? One important reason is that there are huge numbers of apps in App store, and you can find many interesting apps in the exciting and great place. You can download your favorite apps and play them whenever and wherever you like! Due to the unique system, your iPhone is quite safe to keep your privace data. However, on the contrary, these apps can only be used on your iPhone and cannot be used or transferred to other OS, such as Samsung Galaxy Note 5 Android phone.
As fans of Apple, you must be always bringing out your iPad, iPhone and MacBook no matter either in your work or study. Indeed, Apple does develop quite a good system for iDevice users so that they can always sync and share their files among all their iPhone, iPad and MacBook through the same iTunes Library. However, you may find it has ups and downs during the usage.
The HTC One M9 is the latest flagship device manufactured by HTC. As the successor to the previous year's One (M8), the design is similar to its predecessor, except that it is slightly narrower and thicker. It features an octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 system-on-chip with 3 GB of RAM, a 5-inch 1080p display, and 32 GB of internal storage. The UltraPixel image sensor was moved to the front-facing camera. The M8's depth sensor was also dropped. The M9 runs Android 5.0 "Lollipop" with HTC's Sense 7 user interface and software suite.