Before showing how to transfer iTunes Music to Android, I have to clarify two kinds of "iTunes Music". Nowadays, when some people say "iTunes Music" or "iTunes songs", they mean "Apple Music". The songs you downloaded from Apple Music are DRM protected. However, not all iTunes music are protected by FairPlay. iTunes has released some DRM-free music, marketed as iTunes Plus music which can be burned to CD as many times as you need, synced to any AAC-enabled device (such as iPad, iPod, iPhone, or Apple TV), and played on any Mac, Windows computers or media players you own. To transfer DRM protected iTunes songs to Android, you first need to remove DRM from Apple Music and then convert them to MP3. Then, you can easily copy and paste them on your Android phone. For DRM-free iTunes songs (usually ended with .m4a extension, you need to convert these iTunes songs to MP3 first since most Android phones don't support M4A.