Easy Way to Transfer Music from iPod touch to Mac/iTunes
Apple's portable media player iPod touch is also colloquially known as iTouch. This smart device makes it really a cool thing to listen to music on the go. If you have an iPod touch in hand, then I would bet that there must be many music files stored in it. In some cases, you may want to transfer the songs saved in your iTouch to a computer for specific uses. For example, once you get a new Mac, you may wanna copy them to it for a quick creation of the music library on your new Mac. If you deleted some songs from your Mac by accident but your iTouch still stored them, you may want to transfer and add them back to your Mac music library from the iPod touch, right?
Then, do you know how to get music off an iPod touch to a Mac? This question of how to transfer music from iPod Touch to Mac has once overwhelmed many iPod touch users. Have you ever bothered about a similar question? If so, go through this article, you will find it easy to sync music files from an iPod touch to Mac/iTunes. The detail direction listed in the below contents will show you how to transfer music files from iTouch to Mac within only 3 simple steps with the help of iPubsoft iPad/iPhone/iPod to Mac Transfer. Go ahead for a check of the details now!
Guide: How to Transfer/Get off Music from iPod touch to Mac/iTunes?
To get started for the process of iPod touch music transfer to Mac, please first get the iPad/iPhone/iPod Transfer tool downloaded and installed on your computer.
Note: This is a very guide for Mac users. If you are a Windows user, please go ahead to have a check of the tutorial of how to transfer music from iPod to computer without iTunes.
Step 1. Connect your iPod touch to the Mac. Run the transfer tool on your Mac. And then the software will automatically detect your iPod touch and list the files and information as below shown.
Step 2. Choose "Music" from the left category list, and then turn to the right panel to check box of the music you want to transfer from your iPod touch to Mac.
Step 3. After choosing all the music files as you want, you can then click the "Export" icon to transfer music from iPod touch to Mac local folder.
Hints: The software will export your selected music files to the default folder under the program installation directory. If you want to change the destination of the exported files, you can click on the "Advanced > Options" from the top menu bar to make it.
Once finished, there will be a pop-up window to ask you to open the exported folder or not. Just click the correct option as according to your own needs. From the export music folder, you can drag and drop the music files into iTunes to create a library on your Mac or sync them to your other portable devices for better enjoyments. Try it out for yourself now!