DoubleTwist is the best music player we've seen on Android. And with the premium AirSync upgrade (highly recommended), it makes it a snap to sync and transfer music between your mobile device and your desktop.
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DoubleTwist today gets a new feature that adds streaming radio to its already impressive list of features. Bad news is, it costs money.
DoubleTwist and Qualcomm are teaming up to bring a new open-source wireless-streaming platform called MagicPlay to Android.
With free apps for Android devices and Windows and Mac computers, doubleTwist gives Android users a very iTunes-like music management experience, as well as a few premium features even Apple doesn't yet offer.
We take a look at the impressive DoubleTwist media player for Android, which offers powerful features including reliable syncing to your desktop.
AirTwist, a new feature in the DoubleTwist app for Android, turns your device into a media server.
The DoubleTwist Player for Android is a good-looking alternative to the default media player and syncs to the DoubleTwist media library on your computer--but it's not without its startup kinks.
Users of DoubleTwist can create or sync playlists, and transfer photos and videos back and forth from their Android phones.
This free application helps you sync content with a wide range of mobile phones, and will probably work with the upcoming Droid.
DoubleTwist, the iTunes killer for your Android phone, has released a music player app that could prove to be a must-have -- so download it while it's still free