How to Transfer iPod Songs to Kindle Fire?
"I have an iPod Nano and saved lots of songs in it. Recently I got a Kindle Fire. Then, I have this idea to transfer and play iPod songs on Kindle. I know how to put songs to iPod but I have no idea about the output transference. How can I export songs from my iPod and transfer to the Kindle Fire?"
To play iPod music on Kindle, you have to export iPod songs to computer and then transfer them to your Kindle device. What's more, not all iPod music can be played on Kindle. Amazon Kindle can support the audio formats in non-DRM AAC, MP3, MIDI, OGG and WAV. If you iPod music is in other formats, you need to convert them to Kindle supported format firstly. In this article, we'll show you the whole process about how to transfer iPod songs to Kindle Fire.
Part 1 - Export Songs from iPod to Computer
Preparatory work: iPubsoft iPod to Computer Transfer, iPod, USB cord and computer
Step 1: Free download, install and launch the iPod to Computer Transfer on your PC. Mac users can try out the iPod to Mac Transfer.
Step 2: Hook up your iPod to this computer and then the transferring software will detect your iPod and show it on the program interface automatically.
Step 3: Choose the songs you want to play on Kindle and make them selected. Click the button of "Export" to copy them to the computer.
After exporting iPod songs to computer, you can check if the music format is supported by Kindle. If yes, you can transfer them to your Kindle for playback directly; if not, you need to move to the second part to learn how to convert iPod songs to Kindle Fire.
Part 2 - Convert iPod Songs to Kindle Fire Audio Format
Preparatory work: iPubsoft MP3 Converter, Kindle Fire, Kindle USB cord and computer
Step 1: Download the MP3 Converter on your computer. Here we take MP3 Converter for Mac as example. Install and run it on your Mac.
Step 2: Import the music files you exported from your iPod to the program by clicking the "Add File" button.
Step 3: Click "Browse" to choose an output folder for saving the converted audio files and then hit on the "Start" button to convert iPod songs to Kindle Fire supported audio format: MP3.
Step 4: Link your Kindle Fire to computer via USB cable, transfer converted iPod songs to it and then you can play iPod music on Kindle freely.
Above is all about how to transfer music from iPod to Kindle for playback. This method works for all iPod models, including iPod touch, iPod touch 4, iPod Shuffle, iPod Nano 3/4/5/6, and iPod Classic.