How to download playlists from your Mac to iPod touch so that you can enjoy music everywhere? In this post, we’ll show you two ways to download playlists from macOS Sierra to your iPod touch.
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The portable, light and handy iPod touch allows you to carry your music collection in your pocket. To enjoy your favorite music everywhere, you may want to transfer playlists you created on your Mac to iPod touch. The problem is: how to download playlists from macOS Sierra to iPod touch?
Things can be relatively easy if you joined Apple Music membership. To share same music on your Mac and iPod touch, you need to make sure your have signed in to all of your devices with the same Apple ID and then turn on iCloud Music Library. On iPod touch: go to Settings > Music > tap iCloud Music Library to turn it on; on your Mac: launch iTunes > choose iTunes from the menu bar at top of your screen > Preferences > select iCloud Music Library to turn it on.
If you don’t have an Apple Music membership, you’ll need to transfer playlists on your computer to iPod Touch manually. This post shows you 2 methods to get it done: via iTunes or via PriomMusic, and you can choose the one that is easier for you.
The new iTunes 12.5 enables you download playlists from computer to iPod touch quickly with the following steps:
Step 1. Open iTunes > Connect your iPod touch to Mac > Make sure you are viewing Music Library.
Step 2. Find the playlist you want to transfer in the left pane > Drag it to your device listed in the “Devices” section on the left pane.
It seems simple to download playlist on Mac to iPod touch if you are using iTunes as your default music player on your computer. However, if you are used to enjoying music with third-party music app, the way to transfer playlists from computer to iPod touch might be little complex: you need to download songs from third-party resource, add them to iTunes Library and then export them to your iPod touch. A little sophisticated, isn’t it?
How to make the process simple and transfer songs from any folders on Mac to your iPod touch? Here we recommend PrimoMusic, a hassle-free iPod touch music transfer tool to finish this task. Here are some main features of PrimoMusic you may like:
Now, download and install PrimoMusic on your computer and follow the steps to download playlists on macOS Sierra to iPod touch easily:
Step 1. Run PrimoMusic and connect your iPod touch to your Mac.
Step 2. Click Import To Device > Add your content from a playlist folder.
Step 3. Choose music you want to transfer > Click Import button on the bottom of the interface to transfer playlist from macOS Sierra to your iPod touch.
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The smart and flexible transfer of PrimoMusic makes it easy to download music playlists as well as movies, TV shows, podcasts, iTunes U, audiobooks, and more on macOS Sierra to iPod touch without iTunes. Besides, you can also use PimoMusic to transfer music from iPhone/iPad/iPod to computer to rebuild your music collection in a few clicks. Why not download PrimoMusic and give it a try now >>
Ansel A member of PrimoSync Support Team, passionate for mobile industry and ready to help you with Apple related issues.