How to transfer music from computer to iPhone without iTunes?

Unlike a PC or Mac, the iOS devices aren’t designed to accept just any files. You can find a lot of options to send a photo or video file from your laptop or desktop to your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch via Wi-Fi or USB using iTunes or many of its alternatives. Copying music to iOS devices however is more complicated. Normally you need to use iTunes to sync audios from PC to iPhone so you can play them using the Apple’s Music player. Third-party options, such as VLC, Shareit, will save your music with themselves. See this guide to transfer music from computer to iPhone using VLC. The songs received through VLC music player are stored into VLC itself. You can only access them through VLC player. It is the same with Shareit file transfer app.

Today we will introduce you another great iTunes alternative, Tunesgo – the easiest iPhone content manager and transfer tool we have found. This iOS file transfer is smart enough to automatically recognize audios, sound recordings, music files and put them into the stock Music app on iOS devices. If you tried to add a song the Apple’s music player can’t play, the file transfer app can even automatically convert it to the right format before copying it over. It comes with both Windows and Mac versions. See how easy this program has made the music transfer below.

Add music to iPhone iPad iPod touch using TunesGo

Adding music to iPhone iPad becomes extremely easy with this software. Connect your iOS device to computer via USB. When you see the ‘Trust this computer’ alert on iPhone, tap ‘Trust’ to allow your PC or Mac to access your data on iPhone.

Launch the iPhone transfer program on your computer. Navigate to Music tab, click Add from the top toolbar, then browse to your music album on PC, find and import songs from computer to your iPhone. Like the Waltr, Tunesgo can also recognize and convert music and audio files to Apple compatible format automatically.

transfer music from computer to iPhone using tunesgo

After the transfer, disconnect your iPhone from USB connection. Start the Music app on your iPhone to find and play the music tracks you have just imported from PC/Mac into your iPhone.

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