What devices can use iTunes?

What devices can use iTunes?

Read on to learn all about the non-Apple devices that are compatible with iTunes….All of the Current iTunes-Compatible MP3 Players.

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Can you use iTunes on non Apple devices?

iTunes can only sync music to Apple devices, however, as long as the non apple device supports standard music formats, there’s nothing stopping from dragging the iTunes music files to the mp3 player outside of iTunes.

Can you use iTunes instead of an iPod?

You can use other software options on your iPod, instead of iTunes, to manage your content on the iPod. On the other hand, you can also use your iTunes on other media in addition to your iPod (if you even have an iPod).

What can I use as an alternative to iTunes?

For more, check out our article on using Media Monkey as an iTunes alternative for managing your iPod. Songbird has actually come a long way in its evolution, and if you leave the defaults while installing, it will also work with your iPod out of the box. During setup make sure to import your iTunes library.

Is there a limit to how many iPods you can sync with one computer?

See here for the different ways you can manage multiple iPods with one computer. There is no limit to the number of iPads, iPhones, or iPods you can sync with one computer, iTunes library, or account. The sync settings of one device does not affect any other devices. See here for the different ways you can manage multiple iPods with one computer.

Are there any devices that can sync with iTunes?

In the past, there were some devices that could sync with iTunes out of the box. The streaming software company Real Networks and portable hardware maker Palm offered software that made other devices iTunes compatible. For instance, the Palm Pre could sync with iTunes by pretending to be an iPod when it communicated with iTunes.