Today's Tech Gospel is about a small program/app called TuneSync from Highwind Software. What it does is allow your Android to sync with your iTunes playlists! How cool is that? Although I was never fond of iTunes, I do like iPods, and iPods only sync with iTunes, so I had to learn to like iTunes.
Unfortunately, iTunes doesn't really like playing with other devices.
The TuneSync server installs on your Windows or Mac computer, and the small app that installs on your Android device. It acts as a conduit between iTunes and your Android device.
It couldn't be any simpler. The free version can only sync 20 songs per playlist, it's fine if you're not the type to bring GBs of music ... the paid version, imo, is worth it if you do.
Once the program and app are installed, syncing is done from your phone... WIRELESSLY!!!! A menu with all your playlists is available, and all you have to do is check the playlists you want synced with your handset. Everything is done automatically over wifi!
I think that TuneSync is a great app, and should be one of those must-have apps on any Android device.