iTunes is introduced by Apple so people think it is impossible to transfer data from iTunes to Android. But the reality is inverse. It is not only possible to transfer apps from iOS to Android, but also you can copy apps and app data from iTunes backup file to your Android device in clicks. Here in this article, we will recommend the best and easiest way to transfer apps from iTunes backup record to your Android phone or tablet, so that you can manage, share and play the iOS apps on your Android device.
Transfer iTunes Apps to Android with Mobile Transfer
Here we introduce a Mobile Transfer called iTunes to Android Transfer - Coolmuster Mobile Transfer, which is an application that provides you with the capability of transferring not only apps and app data, but also music, photos, calendar, contacts, call logs, apps, messages, videos and more from iTunes to Android device. It is able to transfer these files between a variety of phones and your computer without any hassle. It is 100% risk free and the transfer process is performed securely so you can feel free to try it out.
Mobile Transfer is mainly produced to transfer data between two mobile devices, no matter they are running iOS, Android, BlackBerry or Symbian. It also enables you to backup phone data on computer, and restore backup from computer to phones. Just download and install the iTunes to Android Transfer program on your computer and let's get started.
Step 1. Run the iTunes to Android Transfer tool on your computer. Now from the interface select "Restore from Backups" on the upper right part. Then choose "iTunes". Then, the iTunes backup records on your computer will be scanned out by the program.
Step 2. Connect your Android device to your computer using a USB cable. The program detects the Android device and display it on the right. Now, you can select the iTunes backup file that contains the apps you want to transfer.
Step 3. After you select the iTunes backup you need, tick off Apps option in the middle and then you can click "Start Copy" button to begin to copy those apps from iTunes backup to your Android device.