Don't know how to transfer music from Mac to iPad? This article will provide a simple way to import music from Mac to your iPad.
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It will be quite awkward if you've saved your music separately on different computers, say some are on your desktop for work and others are on your personal laptop. At this time, if you want to transfer music from both computers to your iPad, you'll find it can only be synced with the music library on one computer when using iTunes. If you sync music with different computers, unfortunately, the exiting music will be erased.
To conquer this inconvenience, you should choose a powerful and professional music transfer software, and PrimoMusic is one of the kinds that will help you solve this trouble easily.
PrimoMusic is a professional and easy-to-use music transfer supports all types of iPhone, iPad and iPod.
- Supports transferring music from Mac to iPad (iPhone and iPod) and vice versa. – This makes it easy to transfer music between computers and iDevices.
- Supports choosing the specific music – This can help you to find your favorite music fast.
At first, you need to prepare 4 items: an iPad, a Mac, a USB cable and a professional music transfer, PrimoMusic. Before you transfer music from Mac to iPad, you should download and install PrimoMusic. The following steps will show you how to transfer music from Mac to iPad simply and quickly.
Step 1: Run PrimoMusic > Connect your iPad to Mac with a USB cable.
Step 2: Click "Import To Device" > Add your music files.
Step 3: Choose music you want to transfer > Click "Import" button to finish it.
PrimoMusic makes it as easy as possible for you to transfer music from Mac to iPad. It also can help you to organize your music collection. Hope the related articles about music transfer you will like.
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