Took me two days of searching to find an app that would transfer my iTunes playlists. Moving the music is easy but getting the playlists onto my Note 7 was a challenge. This was an easy setup between the Android app and the desktop app (Windows 10). I did a test run with the free version with one playlist and three songs and it worked flawlessly. I upgraded to the paid version and it worked just as well. Additionally, I had a question/concern for the developer and had that question resolved within minutes via email.
Good idea, poor implementation Syncs with iTunes but many issues with app. If files get removed on phone, have to sync everything again. Also if you leave WiFi area during sync, desktop crashes and need to start from scratch again. Big pain for the 120Gb I am syncing. No USB mode for faster transfer. Can't pick where to keep music, buried in app data folder. REMOVED, WANT REFUND AS UNUSABLE.
I do not recommend this app. I have a Galaxy prime, and it has so many issues. I want a refund but I am so disgusted, you can keep my 3 bucks - lessons learned. I have been screwing with this for five hours now, and have deleted the 50 songs that it transfer to my system folder (Yeah -- try figuring out how to get it on the SD card NOT! I am deleting this sucker from my phone and moving on.
An iTunes Miracle I spent hours trying to find a way to migrate my iTunes library over to my new Android. This was the only solution that worked for me. Support was Excellent. I received quick responses back over the weekend. Again, this is an excellent tool that really solved a problem. Now what may be helpful for future users: 1) on my phone I had to keep the USB option as charging or the computer wouldn't recognize my phone 2) I have thousands of songs and the computer took a while to 'compute' before syncing.
No SD card reading I can't get the system to read my SD card at all. I don't want to fill up my phone memory with 1,000 songs and would like all my music on my SD card but the system won't pick it up anymore. So I got a new phone and new SD card, same issue. Please fix this.
Synctunes Pro This app has made it so easy to go from iTunes on a Mac to Android phones or tablets. I struggled with this for years before finding Synctunes -- playlists wouldn't get copied or would be duplicated, SD storage wouldn't work, all kinds of things. So, bravo to these developers. Good product.
2.1 Playlist delete issue fixed
1.17 Issues fixed for Kitkat
1.16 SDcard support for kitkat
1.14: Supports syncing to external sdcard
1.11: Service timeout increased, which might reoslve some connection issues on slower machines
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