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You won't find a good "iTunes for Android" for your desktop computer, because Android was designed from the start to eliminate that dependency on a desktop computer. An iPhone uses a protocol that only iTunes understands, so iTunes is the only way to get music and photos onto it (Originally, you had to install apps through iTunes too: there was no App Store ...


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There's the free and open source Tunes Viewer which is sadly not available in the Play store (Apple probably doesn't allow it): The easiest way is to install the FOSS market F-Droid which hosts such apps and install Tunes Viewer from there (search for "TunesViewer"). It's also directly available as an .apk installation file here, but I'd prefer the F-Droid ...


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Tunesviewer is an application for Linux or Android that "[allows] access iTunes-University media and podcasts." (From Tunesviewer main page). You may want to check it out. There is an APK installer to run on Android devices. It's also available from F-Droid.


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In recent years, Apple has sold songs on iTunes without DRM. You can convert them to other formats pretty easily, then just drop it onto your Moto X using a USB cable (Or even just email it to yourself, then download it using your email app on the phone). Music stored on the phone should automatically be added to your "On Device" library in the Play Music ...


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As has been established in other answers, Google's Play Music program does not support files in ALAC. However, the M4A extension is used by several supported formats so Play Music will attempt to add these files to its library. Unfortunately, when Play Music actually tries to play these files, it causes errors. One solution (mentioned above) is to ...



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