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What's an itunes equivalent for android phone for syncing music, photos, vids anything else?

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What kind of phone is it? Most manufacturers have their own software for such functions. For example, Samsung has Kies.

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Doubletwist is a really good replacement,

http://doubletwist.com/

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Doubletwist is a really good replacement,

[url="http://doubletwist.com/"]http://doubletwist.com/[/url]
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Excellent! I completely forgot that Doubletwist had a desktop client as well. Thanks for reminding me :)

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[b]SnapPea[/b]
http://www.snapfiles.com/get/snappea.html
http://www.snappea.com/
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Checkout songbird too

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sweet thanks, Im looking to get the note 2 just wasnt sure what android used or if there was something similar to itunes that I could transfer my playlist over easily.

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I use Google Music, and then Dropbox for photos/video to be synced to CLOUD and my PC etc.
Not found anything better to be honest and I've tried a lot (Doubletwist, MediaMonkey)

not sure about playlists however as I don't use them.

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Google Music Manager + iTunes on my Mac worked well with me when I was using Android.  It is only 1 way syncing though.  I.e., if you make a playlist of iTunes it will sync to Google Music Manager and be on your Android device.  If you make a change to a playlist or create a new playlist in Google Music or on your Android device, it won't sync back to iTunes.

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You dont need an application. Plug it into your computer and bam there is the phone. At least with mine. I can see all the folders and drag and drop what ever I want.

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Is dropbox better than google drive for photos and documents??

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