Transferring music from iPad to iPad is needed when you get a new iPad and need to transfer music from the old one to the new one or when you want to share some fantastic songs with your friends' iPad. Whatever the reasons, we will offer some effective ways to move music from iPad to iPad.
Depending on whether the music is purchased or not, we've divided these methods into two parts. You can combine the use of two methods to transfer all music from one iPad to another.
As we all know that iTunes can transfer only purchased songs from iPad to iPad. If you want to get the non-purchased songs to another iPad, a third-party iOS data transfer program is required. There are many such tools in the market, here we mainly recommend EaseUS MobiMover to you. Here are some reasons why you need to use it.
So far, EaseUS MobiMover has helped thousands of iOS users move data between iOS devices. Now, it's time to let it help you transfer music from iPad to another iPad.
Step 1. Connect the two iPads to the computer and run EaseUS MobiMover.
Tap "Trust" on your devices and click "Allow" on EaseUS MobiMover to enable this program to access your iPads.
Click "Phone to Phone", then set the transfer direction - from old iPad to the new iPad, and click "Next" to continue.
Step 2. Expand "Audio" to select "Music" on the old iPad for transferring.
Step 3. Click "Transfer" and wait for the transferring process to finish.
When the process finishes, go to open the Music app on the target iPad to view the transferred music content.
Apart from music, EaseUS MobiMover also allows many other files transfer between two iPads, like transferring photos from iPad to iPad, copying videos, books, notes, movies, and voice memos from iPad to iPad.
Thanks to Apple's file-sharing services like iTunes, AirDrop, and Home Sharing, iOS users can share or sync music among different iOS devices. Now, you can try them one by one to transfer music from iPad to iPad or iPad mini.
AirDrop is very convenient for users to transfer music from one iPad to another. But it can only transfer one at once. If you have a lot of purchased songs to move, just try the next method.
Step 1. First of all, turn on Wi-Fi connections and Bluetooth on both iPads.
Step 2. Open AirDrop on both iPads from the home control center.
Step 3. Run the Music app on the iPad from which you want to transfer music.
Step 4. Tap Songs and choose the song you want to transfer.
Step 5. Tap AirDrop under the music and choose another iPad as the target.
Step 6. Open another iPad, and tap Accept on the notice box to receive the music from Airdrop.
iTunes is the default program for media management, and it can sync photos, music, podcast, and more from one iOS device to another. The only downside of iTunes is that it is time-consuming.
Step 1. Connect the iPad to the computer from which you want to transfer the music to another iPad.
Step 2. Then, iTunes will recognize your iPad automatically. If not, quick to fix it and then reconnect your iPhone to the computer.
Step 3. Run the iTunes on your computer and click the File menu.
Step 4. Click the iPad device button, and then choose Transfer purchases from iPad to transfer songs from iPad to your computer.
Step 5. Connect the iPad you want to transfer music to.
Step 6. Click the Device button, and then navigate to music.
Step 7. Choose Sync Music and select songs from iTunes to begin transferring.
Home Sharing is a feature that allows you to send videos and music from one iOS device to another on the same home network. Here's how it can be done.
Step 1. First of all, you need to set up Home Sharing on both your iPad and iTunes.
Open your iTunes: Open your iTunes > Click the "File" at the top left corner > Click on "Home Sharing" > Turn on Home Sharing. If required, enter your Apple ID that is connected to the iPad you'd like to use the feature with.
On your iPad: Go to the Settings > Tap on "Music" > Tap the "Sign in" if you haven't.
Step 2. Second, you can open your Apple Music app to transfer music from iPad to iPad with ease.
1. Open your Music app.
2. Tap Library.
3. Tap Home Sharing at the bottom of the screen.
4. You will see all of the shared libraries, just tap one to use it.
That's all for how to transfer music from iPad to iPad. Whether you want to transfer purchased music or non-purchased music, this guide will teach you to do it.