It's a pleasant experience to listen to the music on iOS 9 iPhone, iPod touch and iPad. However, sometimes, due to iTunes sync and network issues, it's not always so easy to transfer songs to iOS 9 devices. Fortunately, we still can transfer songs to iOS 9 for iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad with different ways. The following tells you 4 ways to transfer songs for an iOS 9 device. You can choose the right one according to your situation.
First, let's be honest. You sometimes want to grab songs from your friends' computers to your iOS 9 device, right? OK, this will bring you into a dilemma. On one hand, you want to get these songs freely. On the other hand, if you sync them to your iPhone with iTunes on your friend's computer, everything on your iOS 9 device will be erased. In this case, you should try the desktop software - Wondershare TunesGo). It allows you to transfer songs to any iOS 9 device directly from a computer without syncing but copying songs from an iOS 9 device to computer for sharing. And during the process, no data on your iOS 9 device will be erased. Get its trial version below and check out how to use it>>
Firstly, we need to download TunesGo from the above download link on your computer, you should run it by double-clicking the icon on your PC desktop. Then, connect iOS 9 device (Here we make iPhone for example) with your computer via the USB cables simultaneously. TunesGo can detects the devices as soon as they connect with PC.
Note: If your devices are the first time to connect with the PC, you need to click "Trust This Computer" on iOS device, then your device will be connected to PC successfully.
Click "Music" option on the main page. You can preview all music files on your iPhone (iOS 9 supported). Select songs which want to transfer to iOS. Then click "+Add" > "Add File" or "Add Folder".
Browse the folder to select songs and click Open to add to your iOS device.
Wondershare TunesGo is a comprehensive tool to transfer music between a computer and iOS devices. It helps to manage music as well. On it, you can create your own playlists and remove unwanted songs.
When transferring songs to iOS 9 is mentioned, the first tool you might think of is iTunes. To transfer songs to iOS 9 based iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad via an iTunes, first you should ensure that the device is associated with the iTunes. Otherwise media files on your iOS 9 device will be erased. Connect your iOS 9 device with computer and launch iTunes Library. Click Show Sidebar in View menu on the ribbon. Click your iOS device under Devices and click Music tab. Check Sync Music, then a pop-up window prompt you which you need to choose Remove and Sync and then click Sync button at the bottom right corner of the window.
iTunes is a perfect tool to manage music. However, it can't allow you to share songs to different iOS devices freely.
After turning on the iCloud, whenever and wherever you purchase a song, the song will be available instantly on your iOS 9 device. iCloud also makes it easy for you to access to your past purchased music in iTunes Store on your iOS device as well. Launch the iCloud app on your iOS device and log in with your Apple ID. Tap the Purchased icon on the window and select Music. Then you can download your past purchased music to your iOS 9 device. Follow the steps to transfer songs to iOS 9 by enabling iCloud.
Note: As you see that iCloud only transfer iTunes Store of the App Store purchased songs to your iOS 9 device. The songs you've ripped from CD or downloaded from the internet can't be transferred until you enable the iTunes Match service in iCloud. It'll cost you $24.99 per year but allows you to a full access to your entire personal digital music library from all of your computers and devices that are associated with your iCloud account.
If you don't want to spend a penny to transfer music to an iOS device, you might need to use a cloud based service, like Dropbox. You can download and install Dropbox both on your computer and the iOS 9 device. Create an account for Dropbox. Drop songs to Dropbox on your computer and sync it. On your iOS device, log in Dropbox with the same account and sync it. And then you can see that songs you're dropped in are there on your iOS 9 device.
Dropbox is a very convenient method to transfer music. However, it has a 2 GB limitation for free users, if you want to transfer more files, you will need to purchase more traffic.