iTunes plugin lets you synchronize iTunes playlists among Macs (including single files), as well as iTunes playlists on Mac with playlists on iOS and Android devices.
You can also sync videos/music on your Mac disk or iTunes playlists with folders on other supported devices, like MTP devices or USB Flash Drive.
- Only standard iTunes playlists can be synced among Macs. Standard playlists are those that you create manually (File –> New Playlist; or Command-click to select the songs and choose File –>New Playlist from Selection). Refer to iTunes Help for details (“About playlists” section).
- Smart iTunes playlists synchronization is performed in one direction only (from Mac to device).
- iTunes playlists can be synced from iOS device to Mac only. Synchronization of folders with videos/music from Mac to iOS devices is possible in any direction. Please note that files copied from your Mac to your iOS device will not be available for usage, but for storage only.
- If you are syncing from your Mac to the remote device, you can convert video and audio files into another format. It is useful, if you need to make your video/audio files size smaller (compress them), because they may take up a lot of space on your hard drive, or the original file format is not supported by your device.
Let’s see how to sync iTunes playlists on your Mac with playlists on your Android device:
See the instruction on how to connect your Android device to Mac.
3. Add new pair for synchronization. Choose iTunes playlist on your Mac:
4. Choose playlist on your Android device or create a new one:
5. Set sync direction:
6. Tune the conversion settings if that is required (when syncing from your Mac to the remote device):