One of the most annoying things with Apple devices is that you need iTunes to add music to your iPhone, as process of using third-party apps to save songs to your music library is officially sanctioned by Apple. However, there is a great app called WALTR 2 from Softorino that makes the impossible possible.
Basically, the app allows you to drag and drop any your media files, ringtones or videos into any Apple devices without the need for iTunes. For those unfamiliar, WALTR 2 supports multiple formats including MP3, FLAC, AAC, WMA and more. You may be wondering how it works. The app will transcode your media files into iOS-friendly formats, so you can save them into apps on your iPhone.
In this guide, we will run you through the steps to add music to your iPhone without iTunes using WALTR 2
Before we begin, make sure that you have downloaded the app WALTR 2 on your device. If not, you can download the app here. Note that the app is now available in two tiers: Trial version and paid version.
Step to add music to your iPhone without iTunes using WALTR2
Step one: Once you have downloaded WALTR 2, you simply need to open the Wltr2.dmg file from your Mac account’s Download folder. After that, you are supposed to drag the file to your Applications folder to proceed
Step two: Once you are done, all you need to do is to right-click on its icon and select Eject from the drop-down menu
Step three: Next up, you are supposed to connect your iPhone to your Mac to proceed. Once you are done, launch WALTR 2
Note that If the app cannot connect to your iOS device via Wi-Fi, try connecting it to iTunes and untick the “Sync with this phone over Wi-Fi” option and click Apply. Once you are done, check the box again and hit Apply.
Step four: Look for music files you wish to move into your iPhone. Once you are done, drag all of your music files onto WALRT window and the app will automatically transcode your files into iOS-friendly formats and distribute them across appropriate iOS apps
Step five: Once you are done, close the app and unplug your device. Finally, launch the Music app and play the tracks you just imported from WALRT’s drop zone.
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