1. jaybro0813's Avatar
    Is there an app out there that I can load that will import songs from my Itunes library without me loading something on my computer. I am a reformed Iphone and Itouchh user who has drank the Android Kool Aid
    Help me Android Peeps!!
    12-31-2010 04:50 PM
  2. bigk's Avatar
    One of these two I think would be your best bet:

    Double twist
    12-31-2010 04:54 PM
  3. baseballfanz's Avatar
    I use iTunes Agent, it's freeware and run in the background.
    Once it detect my Nexus 1 I can sync it like an iPod.
    12-31-2010 06:05 PM
  4. takeshi's Avatar
    All of those require loading something on the computer though.

    I haven't seen any sync solution that can initiate and fully handle sync running on the Android device without an agent on the computer.

    There are many options if that's not a requirement. Doubletwist seems to be very popular. Winamp can sync via WiFi. iTunes Agent will sync with all sorts of things though it doesn't sync playlists (I used it to sync with my Blackberry as well). And there are many others as well. Searching Appbrain.com should yield more options.
    12-31-2010 11:40 PM
  5. mhans311's Avatar
    You could also try TuneSync. It also requires you to load something onto your computer, but it will sinc over wifi and it you can set it up to automatically update song library and playlists every time the host computer and your phone are connected to the same network. I think it also syncs play count and podcasts.

    I agree with takeshi, I don't think there is anything out there that will sync your phone wit itunes without having to download something on your computer.
    01-05-2011 10:27 AM
  6. anon(67326)'s Avatar
    As others have mentioned you need to install an app on both the phone and computer to sync songs. I've used doubletwist and i purchased the "wifi sync" add-on but I gave up on it because it was too slow and unreliable. which was very disappointing.

    then i found isyncr which works on PCs and Macs. it syncs playlists & play counts too. it's fast, simple and works perfectly. the dev is very responsive. it's $3 for the "full version" (there is a free lite version to test if you'd like). i understand that they *MAY* be working on syncing photos too.

    isyncr also now has a wifi add-on for syncing that's an addtional $1 and is compatible with PCs and Macs too. it's awesome. really.
    01-05-2011 11:09 AM