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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by New Jersey, Jun 4, 2010.

  1. New Jersey

    New Jersey Member
    Thread Starter

    what's the best app?
    i came across one for $2.99 in the market, but wasn't sure if i should get it or not. are there annoying drm issues?
    anything specific to the phone that could make this work for me??
    thanks, guys




    THEFORCE Android Enthusiast

  3. phantomevo77

    phantomevo77 Member

    Or use DoubleTwist which is basically iTunes for Android with the Android marketplace built in.
  4. New Jersey

    New Jersey Member
    Thread Starter

    could you tell me more?
  5. dsarch21

    dsarch21 Well-Known Member

  6. Waflsk8s

    Waflsk8s Newbie

    The one thing I don't like about doubletwist is the lack of playcount and smart playlists (or atleast I haven't been able to find it yet).
  7. TheGreatClam

    TheGreatClam Newbie

    The problem that I have had with DoubleTwist is that it syncs with iTunes every time you open it and that take a while. I really like isyncr. It is basicly an app that you put on your phone. The only issue, one that does not bother me at all, is that you can only sync up to 3 "playlists" at a time. However, it syncs them straight from iTunes to your phone.
  8. neodorian

    neodorian Android Expert

    Find a way to rip the DRM from any iTunes files you have and get out of that whole ecosystem. The sooner the better.
    9to5cynic, blake247 and ovrrdrive like this.
  9. freshbasil

    freshbasil Newbie

    And start buying the songs in mp3 format from amazon! ;)
    blake247 likes this.
  10. Scarlett920

    Scarlett920 Member

  11. rdegk15

    rdegk15 Well-Known Member

  12. KoukiFC3S

    KoukiFC3S Android Expert

    That. And get the DoubleTwist app on the market too.
  13. Rigmaster

    Rigmaster Android Expert

    iSyncr works well. Anything that's not DRM-restricted gets moved as long as you pick it to move/sync. I don't even carry my iPod Touch2 anymore now that I have a 32GB card in my Evo and iSyncr.
  14. Zumaki

    Zumaki Android Enthusiast

    I love doubletwist. It truly is iTunes for Android.
  15. dad4dds

    dad4dds Lurker

    I like this one
  16. RoboMonkey

    RoboMonkey Android Expert

    DoubleTwist bites 100% worthless. You want free, use HTC Sync 3.0 it the only thing that will do 100% iTunes (so says the HTC Sync rep I saw).
  17. QuickDraw

    QuickDraw Android Enthusiast

    I always had a HUGE resource drain when using HTC SYNC on my system. My mouse cursor was always giving me that busy "icon" look, plus system response was sluggish, so I dumped it.
  18. krypticide

    krypticide Newbie

    iSyncr syncs ratings to and from iTunes, which is a godsend if you use ratings to maintain your library.
  19. chimi0471

    chimi0471 Lurker

    I can't get the doubletwist to work on my phone...period...i got a good tip about a site called audiogalaxy..and it seemed like that was going to go well...but as soon as i disconnected my computer from my phone...all music was lost....I would really appreciate some input. i dont care about paying for it...I just want all the music i purchased, so i can work out to it...
    Any assistance is appreciated...
    Happy New Year!
  20. BenChase7

    BenChase7 Android Expert

    Happy New Year!

    I use iSyncer (the 2 or 3 $ version) and it has been great for getting my iTunes music onto my phone. So easy to use! Just like connecting your iPod to your computer. I got rid of my iPod (thank God) and just use my EVO for all my music now. Its GREAT! All future music purchaces I will make will be with the AmazonMP3 App-- it works great!
  21. SmoovC

    SmoovC Newbie

    I chose not to load my music onto the phone itself, I use Jam11 to stream all itunes music to the phone.
  22. chocmatic

    chocmatic Well-Known Member

    audiogalaxy also works great.
  23. katiejoh

    katiejoh Lurker

    I can't get iSyncr to work. I had the same problem with iTunes Agent. When I plug my phone into my PC, the connect types I get are "Charge Only (Charge phone over USB), "HTC Sync" (Sync contacts and calendar), "Disk Drive" (Mount as disk drive), and "USB Tethering" (Share phone's mobile network with PC). Regardless of the option I choose, I never get the popup "USB Connected: You have connected your phone to your computer via USB. Select "Mount" if you want to copy files between your computer and your phone's SD Card." I know I can drag and drop music but I wanted to get some of my iTunes playlists. Any advice?
  24. ovrrdrive

    ovrrdrive Android Expert

    You know I hate to threadcrap but I have to agree with you. I hate the interface and the drm even more in itunes. There are so many other options out there...

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