If you’re a Google Music user, you may be interested in adding your iTunes library to the service. This can be done by importing your iTunes music folder into Google Music, or by copying the music files directly from your iTunes library to your Google Music account.
Import iTunes Music to Google Play
How to add your iTunes playlist to Google Music
Step One: Launch Google Music and sign in.
Step Two: On the left menu, select “Playlists.”
Step Three: Click the “+” icon to create a new playlist.
Step Four: Enter the name of your playlist and click Save.
Step Five: Select your iTunes playlist and click Add.
That’s it! Your iTunes playlist is now added to Google Music.
The benefits of having your music in both iTunes and Google Music
There are a few benefits to keeping your music in Google Music and iTunes.
First, you can have your music with you wherever you go. iTunes is great for storing your music on your computer, but Google Music is perfect for taking your music with you on your phone and listening offline.
Second, you can control your music better. iTunes limits you to purchasing music from the iTunes store, whereas Google Music allows you to listen to any song or album you want.
Lastly, you can share your music with your friends and family. If they have Google Music, they can listen to your music without having to install iTunes. If they have iTunes, they can add your music to their library and listen to it on their desktop or on their phone.
How to keep your music synced between both platforms
If you have music stored in Apple’s iTunes store, and also want to listen to it on your Android device, there are a few things you can do. First, make sure that your music is stored in a playlist on iTunes, rather than individual songs. Then, make sure that your Android device is connected to the same Wi-Fi network as your computer. Finally, open iTunes on your computer, and click the “Music” tab. In the “Library” section, click the “iTunes Links” button, and then select the “Playlists” tab. If the playlist you’re trying to sync contains only songs, rather than songs and videos, iTunes will tell you that it can’t sync the playlist. In that case, you’ll need to create a new playlist on iTunes, and add the music from your Android device.
What to do if you have songs in iTunes that aren’t in Google Music
If you have songs in iTunes that aren’t in Google Music, there are a few things you can do.
First, try using our Google Play Music converter to convert your songs to Google Music format. This will automatically add them to your Google Music account, and they’ll be available wherever Google Music is available.
Second, you can manually add your songs to Google Music by following these steps:
1. Open Google Music and sign in.
2. Click the three lines in the top left corner of the main screen.
3. Click “My Music.”
4. Click the “Songs” tab.
5. Click the “Import” button in the bottom left corner.
6. Select the songs you want to add to Google Music.
7. Click “OK.”
8. Your songs will be added to Google Music and will be available wherever Google Music is available.
How to make the switch from iTunes to Google Music
Apple’s iTunes music service has been around since 2001 and remains one of the most popular music streaming services on the planet. However, there are a number of reasons why you might want to switch to Google Music instead.
Google Music is free to use and offers a more comprehensive music library than iTunes. You can also add music from your own Google Drive folder, or purchase songs from the Google Play store.
One downside of Google Music is that it doesn’t support as many file formats as iTunes. However, Google has announced plans to add support for more file formats in the future.
Overall, Google Music is a great service that’s well worth considering if you’re looking for a more comprehensive music library than what’s available through iTunes.
Adding your iTunes playlists to Google Music is an easy way to organize your music and make it easier to find what you’re looking for. You can also use this feature to share your music with friends and family.