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How to Transfer Music from iPad to iTunes

Athryn Mitchell

Mobile phone analyst, Editor-in-Chief of TransPhone. Find more on her Fackbook or Google+.

As an Apple user, especially for those who are crazy about music, you may know that you can not transfer all the songs you like from your iPad to iTunes owing to some limitations, which may drive you mad. But I want to remind you that you just freak out too early, so just calm down and try this powerful software-TunesGo.

TunesGo helps iPad users easily transfer songs from iPad to iTunes in just one click, and vice versa. What's more, this software exports music to your iTunes library with detailed information including playlists, play counts, ratings and so on.
TunesGo – export music from iPad to iTunes

This article will mainly show you how to copy music from iPad to iTunes library by using TunesGo. Click the Download button below and have a try.

Step 1 Install and launch TunesGo on PC
Download and install TunesGo on your computer and launch it. After that, you will be asked to use the USB cable to connect your iPad to computer. Make sure that the iDevice is well connected to the PC and move on to the next step.
Transfer Music from iPad to iTunes
Note: iTunes is needed without doubt. Download one if you don't have it on your computer.

Step 2 Export iPad music to iTunes Library
As iPad connected to the computer, you will see your device detected and listed in the interface. The "Music", "Movies" and "Playlist" as well as the detail device info are displayed by the software. Just click "Music" and then tick all the music you want to transfer to iTunes. Then click "Export" and then "Export to iTunes Library" in the drop-down menu.
Copy Songs from iPad to iTunes
Note: You can also transfer songs from playlist with this software. And different Android OS are supported, including Android 2.1 to Android 5.0 no matter you use iPhone 6/6 Plus, iPhone 5s/5c, iPhone 4s/4, iPad Air 2, iPad mini 3, iPod touch 5, and more.

Transferring music between iPad and iTunes just seems to be incredibly simple with the help of TunesGo, right? If you agree with my words, just share it with your family and friends so that they can also enjoy the convenience of using this music transfer assistant.

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