If you have an iPhone, iPad, or iPod (touch, classic, nano...), you probably use iTunes or the macOS Music app to listen to and manage your music on your Mac or PC. Those apps are great, but they don't let you retrieve songs from the mobile device, which can be especially problematic if you don't subscribe to Apple Music. You may want to recover songs you manually synced from an old iPod or iPhone, or quickly grab a track you're working on with your band, or even rebuild an entire music library from scratch. iTunes, the Finder and the macOS Music app won't help in those cases. Fortunately, iMazing can help.
With iMazing, you can copy music files from your iPhone, iPad, or iPod to iTunes or the Music app, retaining all their metadata: each track's name, artwork, and even ratings and play counts. And you can also transfer your meticulously curated playlists. And if you're worried about duplicates, well, iMazing makes sure it doesn't copy files already in your iTunes library.
Click Export, and iMazing will start transferring the files from your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch to your computer's music library. Depending on how many files you're copying, this may take a while. 2b1af7f3a8