iTunesFusion is extremely helpful as it offers a simple way of exporting playlists stored in iTunes to external devices.
Normally you wouldn’t be able to transfer your favorite audio tracks from iTunes to an MP3 player, so this is where iTunesFusion comes in handy.
iTunesFusion uses a three-step process: setting up a playlist in iTunes that you want to synchronize to the MP3 player; configuring the MP3 player in iTunes by giving it a name, selecting an identification file or folder, selecting a playlist from iTunes, and eventually clicking on “Synchronize”.
The application offers you the possibility of configuring as many MP3 players as you wish and of synchronizing each of them with an iTune list of your choice. The most popular MP3 players on the market are supported by iTunesFusion: Dell, iRiver, Samsung, SanDisk, JVC, and many others.
A prerequisite for using iTunesFusion is having iTunes installed on your computer and running when you want to synchronize the iTunes playlists with you MP3 players. iTunesFusion will be available in your system tray from where you can click on its icon and open it whenever you want.
As long as the MP3 player appears as a separate drive in Windows, and most of them do, you can use the synchronization options provided by this software.