Music brings us countless wonderful experiences and makes us feel relaxing. Believed that, Lots of Windows users usually put their music on their Windows Media Players, and they may wonder how to transfer playlist from Windows Media Player to iTunes, so they can enjoy their music on the iPhone, or iPod anytime and anywhere.
In this passage we will teach you how to transfer music from Windows Media Player to iTunes library easily and offer you a professional transfer tool to help you manage your iPhone data.
Because of different music-format compatibility, please make sure your music can be played on your device before performing the operation.
The current supported audio formats for the iPhone/iPad/iPod are:
For the iTunes and Windows Media Player, iTunes supports audio file formats: AAC, AIFF, Apple Lossless, MP3, and WAV, etc. audio file formats. The newest Windows Media Player 12 has built-in support for a number of popular music/audio and video formats, such as 3GP, AAC, AVCHD, MPEG-4, WMV, and WMA. It also supports most AVI, DivX, MOV, and Xvid files.
Step 1. Installed iTunes and open the Windows Media Player on your Windows 10 (Usually, Windows Media Player is default music media player on Windows computer.)
Step 2. Right click on the songs > Open file location.
Step 3. Open the iTunes with double clicks. Then click the File tab on the top left corner and then select Add File to Library or Add Folder to Library from the drop-down menu.
Step 4. Choose the file location and music files which you what to transfer from Windows Media Player to iTunes, then click Open to continue.
Step 5. When transferring process is completed, you can check and view the music songs in iTunes library.
◆ Steps to sync music via iTunes
If you want to enjoy the music files on your iPhone or iPod at once, you can sync music to iPhone/iPad/iPod via iTunes directly. Here are the precise steps for you:
1. Open iTunes and connect iOS device to computer with USB cable.
2. Click the device icon of your iPhone in iTunes.
3. Select Music section in the sidebar.
4. Check Sync Music, select music from iTunes library, and click Apply.
The above is the whole process about transferring music from Windows Media Player to iTunes. You can check it to have a try.
In fact, transferring music from Windows Media Player to iTunes is troublesome. And we prefer to listen to music through iPhone or iPod. Here we would like to introduce you powerful transferring and manager iOS data software to help you, which is FoneTool, works as the best iTunes alternative to import music from Windows Media Player to iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad.
Currently, FoneTool can support most iPhone models from iPhone 4 to the latest iPhone 14/12/11/iPhone SE 2022/2020 and would be perfectly compatible with the latest iOS 16. You can copy your music songs to iPhone in only a few clicks through the tool.
Some amazing feathers of FoneTool, you can view from the below：
Free download FoneTool and prepare to transfer music songs to your iPhone in an easy way.
1. Launch FoneTool and connect your iPhone to the computer. (you may be asked to tap Trust this Computer in your iPhone.)
2. In the home interface, click Phone Transfer option. Move the mouse to PC to iPhone. Click Start Transfer.
3. Click the “+” icon > Choose the music songs you’d like to transfer to iPhone > Click Open to continue.
4. Click Start Transfer to add music from Windows computer to iPhone.
5. Click OK when the transfer is completed.
That’s all for how to transfer music from Windows Media Player to iTunes and the alternative to iTunes for importing playlists to iPhone/ iPad/iPod. If you want to transfer music to iPhone without iTunes, FoneTool can be the best choice for you.
If you think this passage really help you import music from Windows Media player to iTunes, please share it to others who in need. Or any problem you have faced, you can leave a comment below.
FoneTool Runs Perfectly on
- iOS 16/15/14/13/12/11 and former
- iPadOS 16/15/14/13/12/11 and former
- iPhone 14/14 Pro (Max), 13/13 mini/Pro (Max), iPhone 12/12 mini/Pro (Max), iPhone 11/11 Pro (Max)
- iPhone X/XR/XS/XS Max, iPhone 8/8 Plus, iPhone 7/7 Plus, iPhone 6/6s/6s Plus
- iPhone SE (1st, 2nd, 3rd generations)
- iPod touch 1/2/3/4/5/6/7
- All models of iPad Air, iPad mini, iPad Pro and iPad