Transferring music from Android to Android without computer is very easy; you can use the Bluetooth connection or share the file over WiFi with apps such as ES File Explore, Xander, and the likes. But if you wanted to transfer music from Android to iPhone without computer, the story is slightly different.
There is a special way of transferring music (and other files) from Android to iPhone. This post shows this special way, and at the end, you would be able to transfer music from Android to iPhone without iTunes or computer.
How to Transfer Music from Android to iPhone without Computer
There are a few cross-platform apps out there that allows you transfer music from Android to iPhone without iTunes and computer; however, the one that appears to do the job in the simplest way is called Zapya.
Zapya, like the other cross-platform file sharing apps, has a feature that lets people join a sharing network as the sender or the receiver. On the app, the sender option is called Circle, while the receiver option is called Discover.
Here is how to transfer music from Android to iPhone without computer, using Zapya.
- Download Zapya for Android here. Download Zapya for iPhone here
- Install and launch the app on both the Android phone and iPhone
- Tap on “Transfer” on both phones
- Tap on “QR Code” on both phones
- On the Android phone, tap “My QR Code”. A QR code would be generated
- Then use the iPhone to scan the generated QR code by the Android phone. The iPhone would prompt you to connect to a WiFi network
- Follow the WiFi network connection guide to connect the iPhone. After the iPhone and the Android phone have successfully connected to each other, you would see the icons representing app, photo, video, music, and search
- Tap on the Music icon to see all the songs on the Android phone
- Tap on the song you wanted to send and tap on Send, and the iPhone would receive the song
That’s how to transfer music from Android to iPhone without computer.
Note that when you transfer music from Android to iPhone wirelessly through Zapya, the inbuilt iPhone music player wouldn’t sync the transferred song. This means you would only be able to play the transferred song on your iPhone device via the Zaypa’s music player, which comes as a part of the app.