Extra Tip: How to Move Music from iTunes to Google Play
Method 1. Transfer Music from iTunes to Google Play Directly
Step 1. Go to your web browser to the website play.google.com/music. Then log into your Google Play account and click "Upload Music" in the upper right-hand corner of the screen.
Step 2. Click the "Download Music Manager" button and install the music manager on your computer.
Step 3. Once the Music Manager is installed, it will ask you where you save the music collection. Select iTunes, then click "Next". The manager will then go through your iTunes library and upload your songs and playlists to Google Play.
Method 2. Upload iTunes Music to Google Play via DRmare Audio Converter
For some songs in iTunes you purchased before 2009, they are protected. You can't transfer and enjoy them on non-Apple devices. If you want to add iTunes music to Google Play, you can then use a powerful iTunes Music Converter named DRmare Audio Converter.
DRmare Audio Converter is a handy iTunes library exporter, which enables users to export all iTunes M4P songs and audiobooks to other devices. It can remove the protection and convert the audios into common MP3, AAC, FLAC, etc. Besides, this audio converting program is good at converting iTunes songs at 30X faster speed without causing any original damage.
Step 1. Download and install DRmare Audio Converter on your PC or Mac, and then simply open it. Click the Music ‘+’ button to import protected songs from iTunes.
Step 2. Click the 'Format' panel to choose an output audio formats such as MP3, M4V, AAC, etc. You're also allowed to customize the codecs, channel, sample rate, bit rate, if necessary.
Step 3. Hit the 'Convert' button to let DRmare start to convert iTunes M4P to MP3 immediately. You can then easily stream the converted iTunes music to Google Play via a USB cable.
Method 3. Play iTunes Music on Android Devices through Google Play
To listen to the music on Android, you should firstly download the Google Play Music app on your device and connect it to your Google account. You will then be able to freely stream your entire music library from the device as well as play your music from the Google Play web player.
Note: Google Play Music will be replaced by YouTube Music in October, 2020. If you want to save all your Google Play Music to your local device, then you could refer to the post to see how to do. Learn more about How to Download Google Play Music.