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Sync iTunes to android-windows

Sync iTunes to android-windows


This is free version of Synctunes wireless for Windows users.
Synctunes wireless syncs an existing iTunes library from windows to your android phone or tablet. It allows you to sync your music, podcasts and videos from your iTunes library to your android device over WiFi. This is a free version and has limit of 100 songs per sync session. You should try this before getting paid version.

Furthermore, the app can sync to internal or external sdcard. Organizes your music is folders on your android device. New music you add to your iTunes Library is detected and synced in your next sync session.You can filter your tracks to be synced (by size, length , date etc)

Computer Installation:
A freely available windows app is also required for this app to work. For detailed setup and sync instructions you can check
http://www.bitstudio.eu/synctunes-wireless-guide/

DRM copyright media will not sync.

iTunes is a trademark of Apple Inc registered in the U.S. and other countries. The app is not affiliated with apple or iTunes.

Recent changes:
1.17 Kitkat playlist issues fixed
1.16 Sdcard support for kitkat
1.14:Supports syncing to external sdcard
1.11 Connection issues on slow machines fixed
1.8 Bug fixed when transfering 2GB files/movies the server would give an error failed to write to transport layer, now fixed
1.7: changes include redirection to new help site
1.6: previous release 1.5 has issues with nexus 7, that's been fixed now
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About Sync iTunes to android-windows
This is free version of Synctunes wireless for Windows users.
Synctunes wireless syncs an existing iTunes library from windows to your android phone or tablet. It allows you to sync your music, podcasts and videos from your iTunes library to your android device over WiFi. This is a free version and has limit of 100 songs per sync session. You should try this before getting paid version.

Furthermore, the app can sync to internal or external sdcard. Organizes your music is folders on your android device. New music you add to your iTunes Library is detected and synced in your next sync session.You can filter your tracks to be synced (by size, length , date etc)

Computer Installation:
A freely available windows app is also required for this app to work. For detailed setup and sync instructions you can check
http://www.bitstudio.eu/synctunes-wireless-guide/

DRM copyright media will not sync.

iTunes is a trademark of Apple Inc registered in the U.S. and other countries. The app is not affiliated with apple or iTunes.

Recent changes:
1.17 Kitkat playlist issues fixed
1.16 Sdcard support for kitkat
1.14:Supports syncing to external sdcard
1.11 Connection issues on slow machines fixed
1.8 Bug fixed when transfering 2GB files/movies the server would give an error failed to write to transport layer, now fixed
1.7: changes include redirection to new help site
1.6: previous release 1.5 has issues with nexus 7, that's been fixed now

User reviews of Sync iTunes to android-windows
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A Google User
Wednesday 7:57 PM
Apot Ivlove it it even has no type and no flex zone
A Google User
Wednesday 5:51 PM
Easy way to get mp3s and folders their in to your android device! Easy way to get mp3 and folder their in to android device. Just pick a playlist and all songs and folder their in are moved to your android. The only think is it don't move the playlist file, so you have to create your own playlist on android device!
A Google User
Wednesday 3:25 AM
No problems No problems installing on the phone or my home computer. Hasn't been the easiest to operate, keeping in mind i am not the most app savvy person. Takes me a while to learn the ins and outs. Usually figure it out about the time they change it. I have figured out i can only download 100 songs, which feels limiting to me.
A Google User
Tuesday 11:18 PM
Don't even understand It sucks I HATE it ! [: (
A Google User
Tuesday 5:12 PM
Sync iTunes I love it. I just now moved my iTunes music to my Samsung and it took about 2 min. Loved it. Thanks.