So many applications and some are are paid. Yet, googling around there's just so little of articles or threads that actually compare them head to head. There's one that talks about "Will DoubleTwist become Android's answer to iTune?" Then there's one thread from early 2010 from this forum talking about media players. Then there's a Palm Pre forum with a similar discussion. Just none really gave a strong statement. Perhaps I might just have to try them all and write my own article, but I hope it doesn't have to come to that (and that takes time and some cost money!). More likely, I'll just stick to one. Currently, I have tried out DoubleTwist, MixZing, and the default music app (not sure if it is Sumsung's or Google's). However, that still leaves Cube, bTunes, TuneWiki, and there's still might be other I haven't notice yet. Currently, I'm liking MixZing better than DoubleTwist or the default. So far, MixZing have the same functionality (like the ability add to playlists from the list of songs and delete songs) plus it have that make playlist for me feature (though it needs more testing). DoubleTwist's desktop software is pretty awesome so far for me and I don't have the same complaints that have have of its speed. Though MixZing is lacking things like "recently played" and etc. Which in your experience is the best one? Can anyone tell me the pros and cons of each app and also how they compared to iTunes (love it or hate it, it is the gold standard)? What do each app have? What each app is currently missing. Also, on the desktop side, there seems to be a number of software like Media Monkey, Songbird, and others. Can anyone give an comments on how they stack to each other?