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iTunes for Android: Access & Play iTunes Media with Android

Zoey Wesson
BY Zoey Wesson   
LAST UPDATED: Dec. 27, 2016

If you are an iOS user, you can just use iTunes to sync, organize and manage your music, videos, TV shows effortlessly. What about Android users then? Is there an app like "iTunes for Android" that lets Android fans manage everything in an easy and straightforward way? Let's find out now!

Part 1 iTunes for Android Phone/Tablet

iTunes is a media management software created by Apple for both Mac and Windows operating systems. It can be used to play, download, organize digital downloads of music and videos and other types of media on personal computers. With the iTunes Store, iPhone, iPad and iPod touch users can purchase and download music, video, TV shows, audiobook, podcast, etc. directly on their devices. However, there is no Android version iTunes which means you are not able to download and install iTunes on Android device. But you don’t have to stop using iTunes just because you have an Android phone. You can still use iTunes to get the music, movies, TV shows desired on your PC.

Part 2 Transfer iTunes Media to Android

Can you transfer iTunes media files to Android? Sure, you can! These are the simple steps to help you sync iTunes movies, music, TV shows to Android tablet and phone.


Step 1. Plug your Android device into your Mac or Windows computer.

Step 2. Open "C:\Users\username\My Music\iTunes\" to locate the media files you would like to transfer to Android. Keep taping on "Control" button and select the items one by one. After that, right click and select "Copy".

Step 3. Navigate to your Android device's music or video folder. And right click and select "Paste" to copy the iTunes media files to Android.

iTunes for Android

Part 3 Convert iTunes Movies & Music for Playback on Android

To help you fix "Can't play iTunes movies/music on Android" issue, I recommend you use an iTunes to Android converter called DRM Media Converter. It is the perfect tool for you to get rid of DRM protection and convert iTunes M4V/M4P/M4A to Android supported audio/video format. Beside Android devices, this program also supports converting iTunes media for other devices including HTC, Motorola, Nokia, LG, Blackberry, Samsung, Nexus, PSP, Xbox 36o and more. After you convert the file to specific format, you can transfer them directly to the device you prefer with this program.

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Note: DRM Media Converter is suitable for Windows users. Mac user can get another program called iTunes M4V Converter to convert iTunes movies for Samsung, Nexus, Pixel and other Android devices by following this guide:

Step 1. Run DRM Media Converter and click on "Add" button to import iTunes movies or music. You can also drag and drop your video/audio source to the program.

Run DRM Media Converter

Step 2. For playing iTunes music on Android device, you need to click on "Audio files to" to select MP3 as output audio format. For listening iTunes music on Android, please go to "Video files to" to select MP4 as output video format. Then you can select an output folder for saving your converted files.

Select Output Format

Step 3. When all settings are finished, click on "Start" button to start converting iTunes videos or music to Android. Click on "Find Target" to locate the converted files. After that, you can transfer the files to your Android device via USB.

Find Target

There is one nice thing about Android devices, that is, you can just connect them to a computer via USB and transfer anything your like from PC to your Android SD card. But most importantly, you can transfer DRM-free iTunes movies and music and other types of media to non-Apple devices in a much convenient way because of DRM Media Converter. Now download and have a try!


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