Convert and Play FLAC Files on iPhone 6s/6

Published on by Chris King

Wondering how to play FLAC music files on iPhone? Check out this article to get the solid answers.


Convert and Play FLAC Files on iPhone 6s/6
As we know, iTunes can only support, upload and play certain audio file types, and FLAC files are not included. In short, you can’t play Flac file on iPhone directly. But, I have a revolutionary solution that will show you an uber fast way to upload .flac music to iPhone for playback easily.

When you have a FLAC file to iPhone for enjoyment, your need turn it into an ALAC or MP3 format that iPhone/iTunes can support. Brorsoft Video Converter for Mac is just the best choice. It is capable of easily converting FLAC to iPhone compatible formats like MP3, AIFF, AAC, etc results in ZERO quality loss. With it, doing the following jobs becomes as easy as pie. It also has an equivalent Windows version Video Converter to encode FLAC to iPhone 6S/6/5S/5 on Windows PC.

Convert FLAC to iPhone Playable Formats

1. Add FLAC files

Simply drag and drop FLAC file to the main interface of Brorsoft Video Converter. To batch convert a couple of FLAC files, please put them into a folder, and then drag the folder to the program.

2. Set output format

Click "Format drop-down button to select output format. You have several options: convert FLAC to M4A, convert FLAC to MP3, etc. M4A is newer than MP4 with higher quality.

3. Convert FLAC to iPhone

When all set are done, click the big "Convert" button to start and finish FLAC to iPhone conversion. That's a fast, safe & simple way for you to add and play FLAC on iPhone.

Additional Tips:

This FLAC to iPhone converter also supports converting various kinds of audio and video files like DTS, OGG, OGA, WAV, WMA, 3GA, M4A, M4B, MKA, WMV, MKV, FLV, MXF, 3GP, MTS, TS, VOB, etc to iPhone/iPod/iPad compatible audio formats;

P.S. To get FLAC files playable on iPhone, you can also try to download and install Flac Player+ to playback FLAC:

a. To use Flac Player+, simply download it from the App Store on your iPhone or iPad.

b. Now comes the tricky part - transferring songs from a computer to your device. You do that either wirelessly, over Wi-Fi, or using your Lightning cable.
a. To transfer music wirelessly, both your computer and iOS device have to be on the same network. You can only transfer one song at a time and you have to wait for a transfer to finish before you can pick another track.
b. If you'd rather transfer your music using a cable, hook up your iPhone or iPad to a computer and launch iTunes.

c. Open your device's page in iTunes, go to Apps, and choose Flac Player+ from the File Sharing section.

d. Choose "Add File..." and select the songs you wish to transfer. You can mark multiple items. Songs will start appearing within seconds.

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