How to sync iTunes with your Android Phone

Android Phones now can be synced with your iTunes for your favourite music. It has become possible by using TuneSync.

TuneSync Android App

TuneSync is an Application from Fireleap Software LLC that allows to synchronize your iTunes music and playlists over the Wi-Fi to your Android phone. It copies the unprotected music to your SD card and creates playlists that match your iTunes playlists. TuneSync does this all over your Wi-Fi connection. There is no need to connect your Android device to your PC or Mac.

The TuneSync is available for purchase at $5.99 in the Play Store. Although you can try out TuneSync Lite which is available for free and then download the paid version.

It requires iTunes in your computer and computer requirements are:

  • Mac OS X requires 10.6.x or higher.
  • Windows requires .NET 4.0 runtime

Procedure to Sync with TuneSync

  1. Download and install the TuneSync Windows or OS X host.
  2. From your Android device, download and install the TuneSync or TuneSync Lite App.
  3. On the Android device, type in the computer name you wish to sync with.
  4. On the Android device, select the playlists you wish to sync with.
  5. TuneSync will now start copying your music files over in the background. TuneSync will also keep your device synchronized on a regular basis over your Wi-Fi connection without ever connecting it to your PC.

Happy Syncing!

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Play Android Apps in your Windows PC

Excited about running your favourite Android Apps in your Windows PC? Now you can access your Android Apps through the recently launched BlueStacks App Player.The first beta version of the App Player was released today for general public with a host of pre-loaded Android apps and direct access to download more.

Using the company’s LayerCake technology, BlueStack beta is basically converting the ARM compatible Android apps to run on x86 platform and that too with a great efficiency. It uses PC’s graphics card to run graphic intensive apps/games or replicates accelerometer input for the apps via mouse interactions or arrow keys.

Company has also partnered with developers of Fruit Ninja, SliceIt, Nook, Townsmen, Evernote, Defender and StumbleUpon to pre-load their apps on the beta version of BlueStacks App Player. Users will also have access to GetJar, 1Mobile, and Amazon to get more Android apps and games within the App Player itself.

To play your favourite Android Apps via BlueStacks App Player right now, you can grab the download from here.