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boydfam3. I recently switch from an iPhone to the Incredible. Once you get familiar with the Android Marketplace I'm pretty sure that you'll find a very good substitute to any app you had in the iPhone (can't promise anything about games though). Familiar apps like Shazam, Seesmic, Pandora, Weather Channel, Evernote, etc work pretty much the same on both phones. Other apps like task managers and such you can browse the categories in the Market. Have fun with your new phone!
Another alternative for music (and photos) is Salling Media Sync (Mac or Windows). It syncs music based off a user-specified playlist. I purchased the license because the free version will recopy the full playlist everytime (hence slower). The paid version does incremental updates (i.e., add new artists/albums or removed deleted ones as needed). For photos it copies files in a kinda messy order, but the music part works like a charm. As with any music sync software, keep in mind that there is better chance of artwork to show up in the phone if it is embedded in the individual files. When you add artwork through iTunes "right-click -> get album artwork feature" it copies the artwork in the artwork directory. What I normally do in iTunes is find the album artwork myself and then select all files and click "get info" and select and drag the downloaded file to the small box in the "get info" window. In this manner it actually embeds the file into each track.
Originally Posted by ScootrNova