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  1. Intervenient

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    One of the few advantages my old iPhone has over my Captivate is it's perfect iTunes integration. I have Doubletwist, and now all I need is a music app, instead of the crappy one Sammy gives us. Any help?
     

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    I have the same question for my Droid X. In particular, I'm looking for one that will play music and podcasts using Bluetooth Stereo headphones. The stock music player on my Droid X is lacking in both interface and features.
     
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    MixZing + Songbird = sexy.

    MZ wins for me just for having an EQ. My music's ALIVE now.
     
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    I've just given up on MixZing. I liked it for a while, but the non-paid version has too many ads and locked-out features, and HELLO?! $6.99 for the paid version. Sorry, don't think so.

    I'm still looking for a decent replacement, which is how I found this thread.
     
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    Have you looked around in this subforum at all? Try the usual suspects: 3, btunes, MixZing, etc.
     
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    I actually paid for MixZing just because I wanted to support 'em, but... the ONLY feature you're missing in the free version is tag editing and the lockscreen widget. That's it. As for ads, well. Ignore 'em.
     
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    I'm just giving Lithium a go. It's paid (€1.99) but so far it's doing what I want. No frills, just the basics properly, and with a selection of widget sizes too (I like 'em big!). If I don't like it I'll uninstall within the 24 hours.
     
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    You'll spend more time chasing, just pay for mix. It's the whip.
     
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    I've just taken a look at another similar thread on this board. I've refunded Lithium and I'm using Music Mod and TuneWiki. Between them I think they've got everything covered (TuneWiki does live lyrics, and Music Mod is what the standard app should be - very simple, good array of widgets and looks nice and clean). And they're free!
     

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