iTunes to Android: Sync/Transfer iTunes to Android Phone in Clicks

You have been a long-term user of Apple iPhone and have all your media and data stored within iTunes. But what if you switch to an Android phone – Galaxy S7, HTC M9/10, or LG G5? You have probably experienced the frustrations involved in attempting to move music, videos and other files to Android. Take it easy. It can be a bit of pain to get your data from iTunes to Android, but it’s quite possible to make the move. There are tools that can sync iTunes to Android, and here we’d like to introduce a simple-to-use one. Hit the break and get started.

iTunes to Android

What You Will Need:
-A PC with the latest version of iTunes installed
-An iTunes backup file created for any iOS devices even the latest iPhone 7 or 7 Plus
-An Android phone or tablet like Galaxy S7/S7 Edge, HTC M10/M9, LG G4/G5, Sony Xperia Z5, etc.
-An USB data cable for connecting Android to PC
-iTunes to Android Transfer Tool

iTunes to Android Sync – One-Click Solution to Transfer Data from iTunes to Android

iTunes to Android Sync is a powerful desktop program which interfaces well with iTunes and Android. This file synchronizer can automatically read all iTunes backup files on the computer. With its simple interface, you can quickly and painlessly transfer data from iTunes to any connected Android device.

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Transfer iTunes music, videos, photos, contacts, messages, calendar to your Android smartphone or tablet in three simple steps:

1.Run this iTunes to Android Transfer tool on your PC, and switch to iTunes to Phone transfer mode.
2.Plug your Android phone into the computer. You need enable USB debugging for transferring files.
3.Choose the specific data you need move and click “Start Copy” to transfer iTunes contents to Android.

Sync iTunes to Android

Is it simple? In one-click, you have synced iTunes contents to Android over USB connection. This tool isn’t just restricted from iTunes to Android, transferring from iTunes to iPhone, Android to iPhone, Android to Android, and iPhone to Galaxy are all supported.

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