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iTunes and the Android Market

Updated on June 14, 2012

Itunes and the Android Market

How do you sync music between iTunes and Android?

Does your music define you? It certainly is a huge part of my life. I can somehow set my mood, by the music that I decide to listen to. I guess you'd say, I'm addicted to my tunes!!

When I bought my Droid, I was perfectly happy taking my iPod to the gym. But somewhere between then and now, things changed. I wanted my iTunes libraries on my Droid, and I wanted it just as was, in my iTunes library. I tried a lot of different apps over the last year, and none really seemed to do too much. I did download doubletwist, and was fairly impressed. I got a lot of my music synced to my droid, although it was extremely time consuming.

I guess you could say, I wanted my Droid, to do everything that the iPhone could do. If you own a Motorola-Droid, and you've invested a lot of time and money, into building your music libraries on iTunes, I'm sure you know exactly what I'm saying. It has presented many challenges, to say the least.

I found a great YouTube video that makes it fairly easy to understand. You don't have to be too tech savvy. Basically, it will show you how to upload iTunes music to your android device. Watch the video below, it demonstrates the ease of syncing your iTunes music library with an android device. “Thank you Mitch! You have demonstrated how easy it is to upload Apple’s music to an Android device.

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    • Mindy Meisel profile imageAUTHOR

      Mindy Meisel 

      5 years ago from Austin, Texas

      My husband, of +35 years would agree with you 100 percent. I'll have to check out your Hub which you reference above. :-) mm

    • Que Scout profile image

      Stephen Hodgkinson 

      5 years ago from Sydney Australia


      I think the best way is to never buy an Apple product. Apple is for those not comfortable with computers and the likes.

      If you are interested, I have a hub which describes why Apple should be "outed" from the world of arts.


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