DoubleTwist Now Offers Integration with the Android Market

Fri, Apr 2, 2010

Android, Mobile

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.

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