Question: How can I convert songs from YouTube to iPhone directly? Answer: Easy! This process gets shockingly simple with new & critically acclaimed YouTube song converter by Softorino.
YouTube is figuratively a warehouse of the latest, hottest tracks and tunes. In fact, everyone, starting from the most popular and respectable musicians like, say, Adele, and the girl living next door to you – are having YouTube channels.
Also, they are constantly updating them. More than this, YouTube is often the first sharing source where they make their songs public. Those tracks usually have brilliant HD quality and are just damn perfect for music listening.
This very article will demonstrate how to convert songs from YouTube to iPhone in 3 seconds. (Seriously, it takes just 3 seconds – we’ll measure time, so read on!)
How to Convert Songs from YouTube – Video Instructions
Now, no more beating about the bush – let’s get straight to the business. Before we proceed with the exact text guidelines, you can get a sneak peak of the whole way here in this little demo video.
This whole workaround is based on a little app crafted (created, developed and simply brought up like a kid) by Softorino. FYI, Softorino is a legit software company, behind the shoulders of which there are critically acclaimed applications like WALTR , iRingg or iBetterCharge.
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How to Convert Songs from YouTube to iPhone using this YouTube Song Converter
The clear guidelines down below are just a few quick steps to follow.
Step 1. Download YouTube Converter 2
If you’re on Windows then proceed through a usual installation process. If you’re on Mac, then simply open the ‘dmg’ file.
Latest Version: 2.1.14, 24 January 2020
Latest Version: 2.2.37, 26 February 2020
Step 2. Plug-in your iPhone (or iPad)
Use a regular USB cable.
Launch SYC and connect your iPhone via a USB cable
Step 3. Go on YouTube and copy the link of your music video.
In fact, you might as well right click +CMD. The beauty of the process is that you just copy the URL and Softorino YouTube converter automatically recognizes it and adds to the downloading list. (no pasting!)
When Softorino YouTube Converter showed the video in the app’s window, click on ‘Audio’ to have it converted to music. Otherwise, you’ll download it as a video file.
Step 4. Click on the ruby-red ‘Convert’ button
The blue progress bar will keep you posted on the transfer duration.
Wait for a couple of seconds and converting is finished. Finally, you can find your music in the native music app in your iPhone. (in this guide we used iPod touch)
That was incredibly easy, right? Of course! This is the most straight forward way to add music to iPhone. You don’t need any iTunes sync, no converting hassle, and it all takes 3 secs per song!
There is nothing out there like this tool!
Essential features of Softorino YouTube Converter 2
Support of more than 50 popular sources!
Update your iTunes Collection with all the newest tracks from YouTube. There’s option to convert songs from YouTube to iTunes.
convert any YouTube song into a trimless iPhone ringtone
it’s THAT simple.
To sum up
Look for YT Converters in the search engines and you’ll get hundreds of results. Hundreds? No, merely thousands. In fact, the choice is huge and it often needs the expertise to find out what YT video converter is perfect.
Because of this overloaded competition, you can often spot low-quality & intrusive software that can affect your system in a flash.
You gotta choose wisely.
Here at Softorino, we still think that downloading of the videos isn’t dead yet. Streaming is certainly cool, but it doesn’t always work. And it has its drawbacks. For example, it drains your battery. And of course, there are situations where you simply don’t have Internet.
So if you ever:
Got irritated by numerous ads & commercials
Experienced wonky Wi-Fi and couldn’t stream your video
Felt hatred & desire to hit your computer because of video glitching and buffering every 3 seconds
Then this deal is a life-savior for ya.
Just a while ago, many apps and even some plug-ins were taken away from the App Store or simply stopped working. Maybe not for all of them, but it’s clear that their days are counted. Google made it so, that you can’t use them any longer.
So, the only option that stays is using YouTube Red (and giving away 10 bucks a month). Or using Softorino YouTube Converter.