Download music files direcly into Anytune from the Web.
Paste a music file link into the address bar at the top of the screen and tap Go, OR browse the Web and tap a music file or download link.
Browse the internet and import the audio tracks directly into Anytune.OK
We regret to announce that the Download service will be removed from Anytune in the next update: 3.10.2
The rules have changed forcing us to remove this service.
Other Import methods including iTunes, DropBox, Wi-Fi and Open-In are not affected.
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Import the Anytune Audiomarks he used to break down the songs.
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Click the down arrow to import the song Settings and Marks - Anytune Config File (.atcfg)
The song must be in Anytune or in your music library before the "Settings and Marks" can be imported.
The Song and Config file must be created with exact same 'Name' and 'Artist'.
The Name and Artist values of the song can be editied in iTunes and synced to your device.OK