You will not be able to send music files from Android to iPhone to listen to them offline. Although it can actually be done with the help of iTunes and a computer, this is a problem for those who don't have a computer.
Listening to music offline is a rare thing that every iPhone user should experience. Not like Android which can play music anytime and anywhere with ease. Different things must be experienced by iPhone users, because at least you have to be connected to the internet network to be able to enjoy a song.
Another problem arises because the iPhone also cannot transfer various files, be it music, videos, or other files via email bluetooth. As a result you will not be able to send music files from Android to iPhone to listen to them offline. Although it can actually be done with the help of iTunes and a computer, this is a problem for those who don't have a computer.
But with app support, you can now transfer music files from Android to iPhone and listen to them offline. The method is also easy, which only needs to download certain applications that function to transfer files as well as a music player. Well, here's How to Transfer Music From Android to iPhone Without Using iTunes.
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How to Transfer Music From Android to iPhone Without Using iTunes
1. Use the Cloud Music Player appphoto source: iosnoops.com
Cloud Music Player is a free application that you can use to easily transfer music from Android to iPhone. It's basically a music player for iPhone that can also be used to transfer music from a computer or Android to an iPhone without a USB cable connection. Well, here's a complete way to use Cloud Music Player to transfer music files from Android to iPhone.
The first thing you have to do is download the application on the AppStore. Then open the application and select menu Source which is at the very bottom left, then options will appear Wi-Fi Transfer, then select the menu then the address will appear IP Address which you can later visit to start transferring files from your Android device.photo source: techwiser.com
Once the process is complete, make sure your Android and iPhone are on the same network. Then visit the IP address in the browser to upload the music files that you will transfer to your iPhone. You can also choose any song or music to be transferred by searching for the file storage folder in question and then uploading it.
Then after the upload process is complete, then you have can enjoy right away the music file on the iPhone. But the condition is that you can only listen to the song or music using the Cloud Music Player application. With this application you can also customize playlists and play random songs.
2. Using Google Drive, Dropbox, or OneDrivephoto source: techwiser.com
With this application, you can also transfer and listen to music from Android to iPhone via Google Drive, Dropbox, or OneDrive. The method is the same as and uses the same application, namely Cloud Music Player. The difference is when you choose the menu sources, then three menu options will appear that you can use, namely Google Drive, Dropbox, and OneDrive.
Through these three menu options, you can upload music files from Android to be enjoyed offline on iPhone via the Cloud Music Player application. As for the steps are almost exactly the same as described above.
3. Use the ShareIt Appphoto source: racer.lt
The simplest way to send music files from Android to iPhone is to use ShareIt. How to open ShareIt on Android and press the button OK then select menu Connect to iOS/WP and enable hotspot to connect iPhone to Android. Then a command will appear to connect the iPhone network to Android with the listed WiFi address.photo source: doc. personal
After the iPhone and Android are connected, then open ShareIt on the iPhone and select the accept menu. Then take the first step with select the music file to send from Android to iPhone using ShareIt. After the transfer process is complete, then you can immediately listen to music to your heart's content on iPhone offline via the ShareIt app. If you want it easier to connect Android and iPhone, then use the same router/WiFi, so you don't need a hotspot to connect.
That's How to Transfer Music From Android to iPhone Without Using iTunes. You can do these steps easily just by downloading a few applications.