Music is something that a lot of us use to express ourselves, and with that in mind being able to listen to our music whenever we want is important. The only problem is that if you have your music on iTunes, while it is very easy to get your music onto iTunes, they don’t make it very easy to get music off of iTunes. This can become problematic for those who want to listen to their music where they want and when they want. So, without further ado, let’s take a look at some of the methods that are available out there for those who want to transfer music with the playlist from iTunes.
This method is fairly simple as it only requires basic knowledge of iTunes, however using iTunes frequently enough to know your way around the program will help you out.
Step #1 – Start by downloading and installing the iTunes program accordingly.
Step #2 – Once you’ve installed iTunes, launch the program.
Step #3 – On iTunes, click on the “Playlists” option that is shown at the top of the program.
Step #4 – Next, on the panel located on the left side of the program, click on the playlist that you would like to export.
Step #5 – At the top of iTunes, click on the “File” option, hover over “Library”, and lastly click on the “Export Playlist…” option.
Step #6 – You will then be prompted to enter where you would like to export the iTunes playlist to, the name of the exported playlist, and what file type you’d like it to be saved as.
Step #7 – When asked what file type you’d like to save the playlist as, select “XML Files (*.xml)” as the file type.
From there, all you have to do is click “Save” and you’re ready to go.
Step #1 – Start by downloading and installing the iTunes program accordingly.
Step #2 – Once you’ve installed iTunes, load up the program.
Step #3 – Once loaded, direct yourself to iTunes and select the “Playlist” option from the top bar.
Step #4 – On the left panel, select the playlist that you would like to export.
Step #5 – After you’ve decided which playlist you’d like to export, at the top of iTunes click on the “File” option, hover over the “Library” option, and click on the “Export Playlist…” option.
Step #6 – From here you will be prompted to enter the location of where you’d like the chosen iTunes playlist to save to, as well as the name of the playlist as well as the file type.
Step #7 – The main difference between this method and the first method is that when saving the exported playlist, you must save the file in the format “Text files (*.txt)”.
As you can tell, these steps are very similar to the steps provided in the first method, however, this allows for you to obtain a list of all of the songs that you have on the playlist. While similar, these methods can be used for very different things.
This method is different to the other methods due to how with this method, we won’t be using iTunes. For this method, you will be required to have the iExplorer program.
Step #1 – Start of by downloading the iExplorer program and installing it accordingly.
Step #2 – Once the program has installed, launch it.
Note: the iExplorer program is available on both Macs and PCs, providing more emphasis on the lack of limits that this program has.
Step #3 – Connect your iPhone using a USB connection cable and give the program a few seconds to detect your device.
Step #4 – Once iExplorer has detected your device, it will display all of the contents that it has found on your device. You are able to look around all of the data that the program has found on your device using the panel on the left side.
Step #5 – In this case, we will be looking at your playlists. Click on the “Music” option, and all of the playlists which have been found will be dropped down.
Step #6 – Select which playlist you are looking to transfer music with playlist from iTunes. All of the music on that playlist will be displayed on the right of the program along with the relevant information.
Step #7 – At the bottom of the program, click on the “Auto Transfer” option, followed by “Transfer from Device Name’s iPhone”, and lastly click on the “Transfer Entire Playlist to iTunes”.
It’s important to note that if you had the iTunes program running while using this method, you must restart it afterward in order for the playlist to be recognizable by iTunes.
Last, but by no means least, let’s take a look at the iMusic program and how you are able to use it in order to transfer music with the playlist from iTunes successfully.
Step #1 –Start of by downloading the iMusic program, and once it has downloaded, install it accordingly.
Step #2 – After being installed, launch the iMusic program and connect your device using a USB cable.
Note: If you aren’t familiar with the iMusic program, this is the perfect time for you to look around at some of the features that the program has to offer.
Step #3 – Once the program has detected your connected device, click on the “DEVICE” option on the top panel.
Step #4 – From here you will be shown some basic information about the device which you connected along with 4 options. Select the “Transfer iTunes Music to Device” option.
Step #5 – You will then be prompted with a display asking which libraries you’d like to have transferred from your iTunes library to your device.
Step #6 – Take a few minutes to look through your libraries and decide which playlists you’d like to have transferred.
Step #7 – After selecting all of the playlists that you’d like to have transferred, click on the “Transfer” button.
After clicking the “Transfer” button, depending on how many playlists you are transferring the process could take some time, so be patient! After the transfer has completed, you will then be able to listen to the music that you transferred from iTunes to your device wherever you want and whenever you want, without running into any issues at all.
As you can see, if you want to transfer music with the playlist from iTunes, there are a variety of different methods which are available to anyone who is willing to put in just a few minutes of time and effort.
iMusic is one of the programs that are simply necessary when it comes to maintaining your iPhone. While data management is important, it’s equally as important that you are able to easily relocate your music from device to device as you see necessary. As I said before, we use music to express ourselves, and without out we aren’t able to express ourselves as much as we’d like to. This just goes to show the importance of this feature that iMusic has to offer. So, other than being able to transfer music with playlist from iTunes, let’s take a look at some of the other features that iMusic has to offer.
- With iMusic, you are able to connect your Android device and manage the music which is stored on the device as well as using all iTunes features on the Android device, in regard to music. This is a feature which no other program offers!
- iMusic is currently up to date with all of the most recent Apple devices as well as all of the most recent iOS versions.
- Spending hundreds of dollars on music simply to put together a decent playlist on your device is simply unacceptable, and iMusic acknowledges that. With iMusic, you are able to browse over 300,000 songs and download any that you’d like. On top of that, you are able to use the program itself to download both audio and video files from popular media sharing websites including YouTube. After downloading the music, you are able to use it for whatever you’d like, including transferring it onto your iPhone.
- A common issue with music on iTunes is that the information on your media has been entered wrongly. While this brings no technical issues, it can be incredibly frustrating to look at. With that in mind, iMusic allows you to edit the information which iTunes sets on your media. Missing author? Incorrect album cover? Let iMusic fix it, or take a few seconds and fix it yourself.
So as you can see, iMusic definitely provides you with its fair share of features. Not only are you able to transfer music with the playlist from iTunes, but with the help of the other features you are able to put together the best music management system anyone could ever hope for. By taking as little as 30 minutes out of your day, you are able to put together the best playlists as well as correct any annoying errors that have gotten to you in the past. If that doesn’t make you want the program, nothing will.