As reported by Mobile Content Today earlier this week, DoubleTwist is introducing the Android Market to its media manager program. DoubleTwist is essentially iTunes for non-Apple products. For Android users, it will automatically scan your PC for media – music, pictures, and video – and will synch those to your phone.
There’s on-board music store functionality, powered by Amazon, that lets you purchase music from the mega-retailer and have it automatically stored in the DoubleTwist library. You can also subscribe to podcasts and have DoubleTwist synchronize those to your phone as well.
Continuing in the copy-and-paste of iTunes, you can browse through the Android Market for new apps, and then snap a picture of the QR code associated with each app to install it using the Android Market on your phone.
DoubleTwist is currently in a free beta state, and can be downloaded for both Windows and OS X by visiting the company’s website.