How to Put Music on iPhone WITHOUT iTunes – Drag & Drop Easy!
To put music on iPhone you don’t need to use iTunes anymore. WALTR 2, a new app from Softorino, completely outperforms its features.
It seems like keepeng music updated & refreshed is super important for lots of music lovers. New cool tracks are coming out every now and then. So we just need to put music on iPhone on a daily basis.
Nevertheless, iTunes sync may not be the smoothest way to get the job done. Sure, you’re good if you buy music from iTunes music store, but if you just don’t spend that much money on every song you happened to like or if your music collection are often in FLAC (high resolution music) iTunes just isn’t quite cutting. While WALTR can easily handle this job.
This article will demonstrate how to reduce the time spent on music trasferring almost to zero minutes and how to put music on iPhone as simple as one drag and drop movement of your mouse. All that it takes is an application WALTR that simplifies file transferring and tackles any challenge connected with putting music on iPhone. For 2 years of its existence it already became a classic application in the toolkit of many iPhone lovers.
WALTR is an application developed for Mac OS (Windows version is available too). It puts any type of file to your iPhone: wether song, movie, TV show or even ringtone – doesn’t matter 🙂
WALTR does all the “dirty” converting work for you, so that you could forget of things like codecs and converting settings. Furthermore, WALTR lets you put music on iPhone just in 4 simple steps! Be sure to follow the guide below to get the job done!
How to Put Music on iPhone without iTunes
Step 1. Download the recommended application.Download WALTR 2 for free
Enter your email adress to activate 14-days free trial. Once you’re through, you will get the confirmation letter with a registration code. Insert it into the app and you’re good to go!
Step 2. Plug-in your iPhone.
Grab your USB cord and connect your iPhone to your machine. That’s all it takes. WALTR will also show how much free storage you have on your device. Now attention – WALTR 2 can put music on iPhone wirelessly, though the feature is in beta. Anyways, to enable it – connect the iPhone via USB first and then click on the little ‘Preferences button’ in the low right corner of the app’s window. Then select ‘Enable WiFI Sync’.
Step 3. Drag your music file into WALTR.
There’s no size limits – push the any amount of tracks into WALTR window, regardless of their size, quality or file format.
WALTR will notify you when the transferring is done. And the whole procedure won’t take you long, since the average transferring speed of WALTR is approximately 2GB under just one minute!
Step 4. Play your file!
You’ll see that your song is safe & sound in your default Music app – all ready for your listening pleasure 🙂
How to Put Music in Incompatible Formats on iPhone
Apple devices originally accept MP3 (which is a standard music format worldwide), M4V, ALAC, M4a. But those formats, in fact, is just the part of all the other file containers that are available for common use. Quite often you may ecnounter audio that’s encoded in FLAC, APE (Monkey), CUE, etc. By default no Apple gadget will play back those. And of course iTunes won’t recognize them either.
Nevertheless. once you drag them all into WALTR, they will get onverted on-the-fly so that you could play them back on your iPhone natively. This means you are apt to put music on iPhone without ever thinking if the file format is compatible.
FYI, all those formats are supported by WALTR :
WALTR 2 is a next-gen app, since it has just a great amount of features. With WALTR 2 you can also:
- put music on iPod Classic, Shuffle, Mini etc
- get videos in ANY format to the default Videos.app
- move files to your iPhone/iPad over the air (experimental)
WALTR does what it says on the box – it lets you put music & videos on iPhones or iPads in the most seamless way possible. Except this it has tons of other cool features like support of enire iPod lineup or WiFI sync. It also grabs all the arworks & meta data from the Internet including title and genre info.