You can transfer music onto Android devices using two of the native programs on your Windows 8.1 computer: Windows Media Player and File Explorer. If you’re on a Mac, install the free Android File Transfer application to sync audio files onto your phone. There is also a free service called Google Play Music that lets you store music in the cloud so that you can listen to and download it on all of your Android 5.0 devices.
Whether you're looking for streamlined applications to capture a conversation or more complex multitrack recording applications for layered musical compositions, there is a variety of applications available for recording live sounds on Android-powered devices. Of these applications are the most-downloaded on Android Market.
The Android operating system for mobile phones allows the user to do everything a normal phone can do, including sending texts and receiving phone calls, as well as a myriad of other tasks through downloaded applications. Android phones support video and audio playback, meaning you can save your media files to your phone's hard drive. You can play back these files using a mobile version of Windows Media Player, which you can download and install from the Android market.
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