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Ways to Add Songs from Computer to iPhone

--Monday, Jan.09, 2017


You can see people wearing headphones cross the rush during the commute everyday. When having earphone on, we feel separated from the noisy reality and dive into the world full of imagination. We swim in the river of melody and learn from the wind of lyrics. Music plays a crucial role in our lives, which is conducive to our heart, brain and health according to the research of Collective Evolution.


There are songs coming out everyday. Though you can purchase and download hit songs in App Store, you might sometimes need to import songs to your iPhone. As a big fan of Justin Bieber and Adele, I would search and download their new albums from trustworthy sources as well as add those songs to my iPhone. If you'd like to transfer songs to your iPhone like iPhone 6s/6s plus, 7/7 plus, you'd better check this article out.

Method 1: Transfer Songs to iPhone via iPhone Transfer


iPhone Transfer is able to perform data transfer in or out of iOS devices. It's as easy to use as ABC. Just connect iPhone to the software and select the desired songs to import into iPhone. It's all auto-done. Better yet, iPhone Transfer will automatically transform the selected files to supported formats.



Step 1. Hook up to iPhone Transfer

With a click of the button above, please install iPhone Transfer on your Win/Mac. After that, run the software and get your iPhone connected to it via included USB cable. If connected, you can view your iPhone showed on the interface.


Connect iPhone to iPhone Transfer

Step 2. Import and Transfer Songs to iPhone

Click "Media" on the left panel and then go to "Music" option. It takes time to load all the songs currently stored on your iPhone. You are allowed to play/delete them or edit the information directly. In order to add songs, please click "Add" and open desired songs on your computer. You can check out the progress in the status bar.

Note that please keep devices connected in the whole process.


Import Songs to iPhone

Method 2: Add Music to iPhone Using iTunes


Except to directly purchase songs on iTunes, there is a way using iTunes to add songs to iPhone that you probably don't know. Please read on and gain a knowledge.


Step 1. Connect iPhone to the latest version of iTunes.

Step 2. Select "Songs" on the left under "Library" title.

Step 3. Drag and put desired songs from other folders into the interface.

Step 4. Right click a specific song and click "Add to Device".

Step 5. Check for the transferred songs in "Music" app on iPhone.

Note that if you have iCloud Music Library turned on, you can't manually manage music.


Add Music to iPhone Using iTunes

Comparison: Which One is More Preferable to You?


If you're using an iPhone, you can only add music from a single iTunes Library other than other folders. However, iPhone Transfer has no such a drawback, what you should do is only to navigate to the folder of those target songs and open them. Better yet, iPhone Transfer is capable of automatically converting songs into supported formats while iTunes fails.


Moreover, iPhone Transfer supports to transfer various types of data, such as photos, videos, contacts, movies, TV shows and so on. By the way, if you want to move content from iPhone to iPhone, iTunes might not be a good helper.


Add Music to iPhone

I hope this post is helpful for you to import songs into your iPhone. The steps are clear and simple. I'm sure that you've learned how to do so. However, if you have any problems, please drop your comments below and let me know.



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