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Topic # 83487 17-May-2011 19:22
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I have just realised today that I can sync iTunes from my PC to my Android phone. Sounds like a dream come true. However there seems to be many apps that can do this - DoubleTwist, iSyncr, Sailing Media, Winamp for Android etc.

Would welcome advice/comments on all this and on which app might be the best.

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  Reply # 470251 17-May-2011 20:27
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eracode: I have just realised today that I can sync iTunes from my PC to my Android phone. Sounds like a dream come true. However there seems to be many apps that can do this - DoubleTwist, iSyncr, Sailing Media, Winamp for Android etc.

Would welcome advice/comments on all this and on which app might be the best.


I've used Double Twist which I found pretty average to be honest, it did work alright but I wanted something that would properly integrate with Itunes. So now I use Itunes Agent which is a great little free program which pretty much syncs any selected playlist with anything that has memory-flash drive, mp3 player or the SD card on your android device. iSyncr looks similar but costs and has an available wireless sync add-on.




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  Reply # 470398 18-May-2011 08:59
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After a lot of mucking around I used isyncr

Only one that does it properly

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