iTunes is a powerhouse music store that every Android smartphone owner is scrambling to get out of. It’s not easy either. Despite many music streaming services, there are little alternatives to iTunes when it comes music management.
With the help of the DoubleTwist and TuneSync, syncing your Android smartphone with iTunes is easy.
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What if you could sync all your iTunes songs, videos, and podcast and transition into using Amazon MP3 without a headache? Your wish is the developer’s command and DoubleTwist is their answer.
We feel that just like you don’t use a different browser for every web site you visit (Firefox to read the NY Times, IE to stream Hulu, Chrome to browse YouTube, etc) you shouldn’t have to use iTunes for Apple products, Nokia software for Nokia phones, Sony software for Sony products, etc. The typical household today has many such devices and there is a need for a simple and powerful software that connects them.
I haven’t had a reason to use DoubleTwist, but it sounds like a wonderful app for syncing your music on multiple devices. You can continue using DoubleTwist as a music player and even purchase your music from Amazon MP3 as an alternative to iTunes. Not to mention it’s available for both Macs and PCs.
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If you’re more of a wireless person, TuneSync might be a better alternative to use.
TuneSync™ allows you to sync your iTunes playlist and songs with your Android™ device. It copies the unprotected music to your SD card and creates playlists that match your iTunes playlists. TuneSync™ does this all over your wifi connection. There is no need to connect your Android™ device to your PC or Apple Mac.
As you can see, TuneSync is one upping Apple with wireless sync for Android phones. The limitation of 20 songs per playlist in TuneSync puts a damper on this rainbow for playlist fanatics. Aside from that, TuneSync is worth trying and available for both Macs and PCs.
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