iTunes is a very popular software solution among all those who own one or several iOS devices, as it is the go-to program for transferring music to their handsets.
This is why many users end up organizing their favorite audio tracks in playlists stored in iTunes, and are faced with no obvious way to export this information to other devices, such as MP3 players. iTunesFusion is a third-party utility that aims to fix this conundrum.
Export your iTunes playlists to other devices
The application installs without any issues and you can start enjoying its functions within seconds once you locate the icon it creates in the system tray.
It needs to be mentioned that iTunes needs to be running when you launch the app, so it goes without saying that you need to have it installed on your PC.
At this point, you can start managing your iTunes playlists and select the ones you are planning to export to your other devices (they need to be connected to the computer via USB).
Create synchronization profiles for each of your devices
In order to simplify the process of synchronizing music to your devices, you can rely on iTunesFusion to create several profiles, one for each device.
When setting up such a profile, you need to assign it a name, choose the destination folder on your selected handset, then specify the naming pattern you like best as well as the iTunes playlist(s) you want to export.
Effortlessly sync iTunes playlists with MP3 players
Once all the parameters have been entered, you can proceed with the actual synchronization. After you choose the profile and the target device, you get to explore the available space on your handset so you can rest assured that the process will complete successfully.
All in all, iTunesFusion can come in handy to all those who want to quickly export the contents of their iTunes playlists to other devices, such as MP3 players.