How to Sync iTunes Library with Your Android Device Wirelessly

by: Matthew SabatiniOctober 21, 2011
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Has Android’s poor music integration got you down? Say hello to Google Music Beta and other iTunes syncing software. Below, we have put together 3 of the best programs that will allow you to sync your iTunes library to your Android phone regardless of your computer’s operating system.

Google Music Beta

Google Music offers the ability to stream your music to your phone, but also to keep your song files on your phone for offline use. Google Music is for Mac and Windows.


So, let’s walk through the process that has been made public by Phandroid.

First we got sent an email:

Then, we followed the instructions in the email and clicked on the provided link, which led us to this:

Next, we had to agree to the super long terms of service:

You’ve also got to agree to a privacy policy.  I wonder why they didn’t bundle these together?  Probably a feature exclusive to IO attendees, you’re then able to add a bunch of free songs to your Google Music library for free. These are famous songs and there are at least a couple hundred of them.

After this, you’re finally asked to download the Music Manager:


Finally, you will have to go through the install instructions. Then, it’s all smooth sailing and Google will guide you through the rest of the set up.

Salling Software MediaSync

Salling Software MediaSync synchronizes playlists, music, podcasts, and photos from your computer onto your mobile phone. This program is for Mac and Windows.

System Requirements


  • Windows XP SP2 with WMP11, Windows Vista, or Windows 7 (also available for Mac OS X)
  • iTunes 7.6.x – 10.1.1 (for music and podcasts)
  • Adobe Photoshop Elements 6.x – 8.x or Adobe Photoshop Album SE 3.2 (for photos)
  • A compatible device; selected models from Acer, Blackberry, Dell, Google, HTC, Motorola, Nokia, Palm, Samsung, Sony, Sony Ericsson, T-Mobile, and Verizon are currently supported.


  • Mac OS X 10.4.11 – 10.6 (Snow Leopard)
  • iTunes 7.6.x – 10.1.1 (for music and podcasts)
  • iPhoto ’08 – ’11 or Aperture 2 (for photos)
  • A compatible device; selected models from Acer, Blackberry, Dell, Google, HTC, Motorola, Nokia, Palm, Samsung, Sony, Sony Ericsson, T-Mobile, and Verizon are currently supported.

Download Instructions


The free and basic use version can be downloaded here and installed through the setup.exe file that will automatically download.


Salling MediaSync can be found in the Mac App Store here or you can get the free trial here.


iTuneMyWalkman is an opensource application that will help you synchronize the contents of iTunes playlists to your mobile phone or other portable device. The purpose is to make the process as easy as possible, almost like it is with an iPod. The application is able to detect when you connect your phone and can start the synchronization automatically.

System Requirements

  • A mobile phone/other portable device that can be mounted on the Mac OS X desktop, either with a direct cable or with a memory card reader
  • Mac OS X 10.4 or greater (works with Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard)
  • iTunes 7 or greater

Download Instructions

You can find the download link for iTuneMyWalkman here.

If you have any questions or if you want help downloading one of the above software, please feel free to contact us here on Android Authority.

  • Thelionsroar

    What about drm removal? Which one of these does that?

  • Frank

    what about doule twist? what do u think of that one?

    • Frank

      sorry, double twist is the correct name

  • SyncMate can do this also:)

  • Jay

    And then there’s iSyncr and Easy Phone Tunes for Android

  • iSyncr is the best I’ve seen so far and it’s mainly because it’s not a bulky app that is installed on your PC. Instead, it’s around a 500Kb exe that you run after connecting your phone. It simply lets you choose which playlists (including all music, podcasts, etc) to sync and then sync. Nothing more to it. It’s great!

    DoubleTwist is too bulky and has too many issues in my eyes. They’re player is OK but drops down to “suck” range due to not being able to find songs by Genre… what!?

    • this is not syncing because you can’t fetch any modifications done on the phone (like stars or playlist changes). this is just copiying. I can’t find any software that truly sync both ways from itunes to android

  • Tial You

    Actually, there are many wireless tool allowing users to transfer iTunes library to Android, but among them, I believe AirMore is the best one. It is free and handy to operate.