Tuesday, September 27th, 2016

Tricks help put music in iPhones without using iTunes

Narada Desk | September 27, 2016 1:00 am Print
For transferring music from PC to iPhone, we have to sync the entire music library. iTunes will not merge new songs with the original playlist, rather it will sync it with what is there in iTunes library. This is unfortunate, sometimes you might lose a good collection of songs from your iPhone.

Free Apps (Non-Jailbroken)

Don’t want to mess with a computer at all? These apps can help you manage your music directly from your iPhone.

iBolt Downloader & Player

iBolt Downloader & Player looks to rescue you from iTunes by offering an easy way to download songs from the internet and store them on your iPhone.

PrimoMusic is widely used to download music from computer to iPhone, since it is a handy & all-powerful media content management application. One-click to download iton your computer, and then you can select free music you have downloaded from eMusic, Spotify etc. free sites and then transfer them to your iPhone with few steps.

Step 1. Open PrimoMusic > Connect iPhone to computer via a USB cable.

Step 2. Click Import To Device on the left side > Add music files to interface of PrimoMusic (or you can click Eye icon to check songs you want to transfer).

Step 3. Click Import button to transfer the songs you love to your iPhone.

Cloud Services

There are some free, big-name cloud services that will let you upload your music collection to play on your iPhone, on or offline, and I’ll be covering three of them below before we get to other options.

Google Play Music

Somewhat new to the scene of online music stores is Google Play Music, which allows users to upload up to 20,000 of their own songs for free. With the standard Google Play membership, you can upload your music into the cloud, listen to it on any device, and purchase new music from the Google Play store.

Amazon Cloud Player

If you’re not a Google person, Amazon also has a cloud music service that works with your iPhone called Amazon Cloud Player. However, unlike Google’s offer for 20,000 songs, Amazon only allows a measly 250 songs from your own music collection to be uploaded to the cloud. After that, you have to pay $24.99 per year for up to 250,000 songs. This does not include MP3s purchased from Amazon, though, which are free to keep in the cloud player.

Dropbox

If you store your music collection on Dropbox, you don’t need any other apps to play the files. Just go to your Dropbox account and select whatever song you wish to hear. The song will automatically play in the web browser.

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