my iPhone has 256MB of space for no other reason than to fill up with mUsic. iTunes always seems to have a hiccup or two every time I sync it. I thought I would ask if there is any better software for transferring/syncing your music to an iPhone?
Thanks for the reply…but I’m an Apple guy (though iTunes is pathetic) Once you get used to Apple’s Customer service (they are here is the US and English is their native language…), you’d never go back to a Windows machine.
Another Player to consider is NePlayer. You can download for free to evaluate and if you like it you pay for the full version £7.99. No need for iTunes, Use airdrop as the app should recognise and ask you if you want to import into the NePlayer library.
For managing the iPhone music and everything else (photos apps, podcasts, backups) check out iMazing. https://imazing.com/ Its compatible with Mac and PC. It can manage everything on your phone not just music. Then you can use whatever player you want on the phone. I now no longer use iTunes on any computer for dealing with my phone.
Well I agree to a point…But I bought a 256 GB iPhone for the one reason only and that is to fill with Music Files. I find iTunes really does not like that much memory used for synchronization. Whenever I want to add music to my iPhone, I have to totally delete what’s on my phone and re-sync the whole damn thing all over again. It does not seem to like Syncing a new Album whenever I get one…It works better when I replace the whole schemer…