How to have your favorite playlist with you using iMusic

Ever passed an avenue without seeing someone humming a song and heaving a headphone glued over their head?

Ever passed an avenue without seeing someone humming a song and heaving a headphone glued over their head? Well, maybe you did so back in the 60s, but now music is everywhere. From the Bohemian Rhapsody of 1975, to the Unsainted of 2019, the music of all genres is now all over the place. We have them on our radio, computer, iPod, iPhone, and literally everywhere. But did you ever think of sharing your favorite music from one device to another?

Well, having multiple devices is quite common these days, especially among music lovers. But there’s one more thing which too is common, and it is the troubles of managing music across multiple devices. Apart from synching one music library with another one, many of us demand for a handy all-in-one solution to download, manage, back up, and transfer our favorite tracks.  And while it may sound like a tall order, you can actually do all these things using iMusic.  

What Is iMusic

iMusic is an all-in-one solution for downloading, managing, recording, and transferring music between devices of all different operating system — iOS and Android.  With it, you can have a firm grasp on your music libraries regardless of which devices they are stored in. iMusic, in short, will make it less of a grind and more fun to save, share, and listen to music. 

For instance, if you want to transfer your iTunes library to another iOS device or Android phone, iMusic will allow you to do it with one single click. Be it audiobooks or a bundle of your favorite tracks, the seamless transferring will make your music ready to play across all your gadgets. 

In addition to it, iMusic will help you download music from all over the internet. It supports direct downloading from 3000 websites that include your favorite YouTube, Vimeo, Spotify, and SoundCloud as well. And its in-built program allows you to convert downloaded videos into MP3 format right from the main dashboard. 

So whether you enjoy music in audio format or in HD quality, iMusic will ensure that you have them downloaded and saved in your pc and mobile devices. 

And if it is radio shows or music aired on the radio program, iMusic will still cover your back. The recording feature of iMusic will record a track and automatically pulls off its ID3 tags so you don’t spend time searching the internet for the artist name or album number. Everything will automatically be done by iMusic. 

So are you still thinking that it is a tall order to demand everything in one single app? No, iMusic understand your needs and added all essentials features to make your life easy and hassle-free. Thanks to their team who made it possible.

How Does iMusic Work?

There are a lot of Music Managers and Downloaders available out there. And two of them, to mention a few, are Android File Transfer and Google Play Music.  

While these alternative tools do the basic job, they actually lack full-fledged features. Not to mention their odd restrictions that make it impossible to transfer files between iOS and Android.  But do you know what’s the worst part of those other third-party tools?

Well, they require you to root your phone that strip you of many needed features and upgrade offered by your operating system. And the vulnerability to malware and hacking – well, it is beyond imagination. 

But thankfully iMusic doesn’t require such rooting. In fact, you only have to go through a simple 2-step process to manage all your tracks and libraries with iMusic. 

Here’s how to transfer music from Mac to Android with iMusic:

Let’s assume you have some awesome tracks in your Mac and you want to transfer them to your Android phone. What you have to do is to run the iMusic App and connect your Android device using the debugging instructions.  Once the connection is secured, your Android device will shop up in the “device” menu. 

Now, hover your mouse over the “music” icon from the upper left side, or click on the “+” icon from the top menu bar. You will be taken to your music library to select the ones you want to transfer. Once selected, then simply hit the “open” button and sit back. iMusic will start transferring your tracks to your Android device. 

Or if it is a playlist on iTunes you want to transfer, then again, just connect your Android device to your Mac and follow the debugging instruction to make a secured connection. 

Once done, then navigate to the “Library” section and you will find all your saved iTunes music. Now select the ones that need to be transferred and click on the “Add to” option to select your connected device. And in second, the transferring will begin. 


So there’s no need to root your phone and go through a set of restrictions to manage and share your favorite tracks. Just install iMusic and you will see how everything flows like smooth jazz. 

You see, music is something that soothes our heart and lifts our soul in a magical way that couldn’t be done otherwise. So there’s no need to make it tough or complicated to download, manage, and share music. Install iMusic and it will remove all the chaos and make it fast, fun, and easy to manage, download, share your favorite tracks. 

It won’t cost you a fortune to enjoy the unmatching features of iMusic. In fact, you can taste those features for free. Wondering how to get them, or what exact feature to use to transfer Android music to a MacBook? Visit their website and you will find detail guides and tutorials on how to make the most of iMusic. 

So what’re you waiting for? Grab iMusic today and start downloading, managing, and spreading the melody of music.

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