The quickest way to get the answer is to search the web (using Google or Bing or whatever search engine you prefer). I use the search string “download MP3s to _____”, putting the name of the device or operating system into the blank. So, for example, in my case, I would use the string “download MP3s to Android” and then follow the instructions from the response that looked most applicable to my particular situation.
Any audio files you purchase from us are in standard MP3 format, so if you follow the instructions related to your device, the process should be seamless. To increase the speed of downloading large amounts of data, we send our MP3s in a “zipped” folder. Most phones can’t unzip folders, so you should download the zipped folders to a desktop or laptop computer which will unzip them. Then you move the mp3 files to your preferred device.
Special case: Apple devices have a slightly odd protocol for working with .MP3, so we have posted these instructions in our Help Center. The article includes the link to Apple’s support.
In 2019, in iOS 10 (Catalina), Apple made some changes to iTunes. These changes are described in this article. Catalina might change the way you interact with your Apple device in using MP3s.