Sync your iTunes library with Synctunes for Android

Being a huge music fan I tried the cloud based service of Deezer.com to sync music from their cloud to my PC and Android phone. The selection of songs in the Metal genre is not as big as I hoped for. I then Deciding to cancel my Deezer subscription.

The problem comes in with carrying too many devices and keeping them all charged and safe. I use my iPod in the car and for the Shox pig when we have a braai with friends but other than that it pretty much stays in the car or at home.

I deciding to use my Android phone for playing music since it is smart and all that. Some research and testing different apps are always a pain but at the end of the rainbow is a treasure and I found Synctunes by Bit Studio.

Open the play store and search for Synctunes. You can then download the application to your phone (which comes in a free and paid for version). Run the application and it will ask you to enter the e-mail address of your PC that is running iTunes. Send the mail and open it on the PC running iTunes.

You will be able to wirelessly connect your phone to your PC after you have downloaded and installed the application for PC.

In short:

I bought the app as the free version comes with limitations of 100 songs synced to your phone etc.
You are able to sync playlists and any songs from your iTunes library.
You are able to view which tracks have been synced to your phone + many other features.

For an in-depth How to and more information got to the Synctunes website.

This is such a nice little app that I had to share it with everyone. I will be posting some video on the set-up and syncing later this week.

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About Tiens van Zyl

I am a Microsoft Exchange Engineer for a local IT Outsource company assisting with 3rd line support to our Enterprise clients and Hosted Exchange Service. I'm a passionate gamer and also a very active musician. View all posts by Tiens van Zyl

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