Sync Your Android Phone Wirelessly With DoubleTwist

Sync Your Android Phone Wirelessly With DoubleTwist

Vivian Kim
Dec 3, 2010

Have an Android phone and tired of connecting a wire every time you sync your phone to your computer? DoubleTwist has been updated with AirSync and allows you to conveniently sync wirelessly to your Android device. We'll take a look at the AirSync update, after the jump.

DoubleTwist is basically the iTunes for Android devices and works on both Windows and Mac. The initial set up is pretty painless. It's similar to the way you pair an iPhone remote app to iTunes by entering in a 5 digit passcode.

DoubleTwist not only syncs over your music, but it also syncs your photos and videos (photos sync only on Windows for right now). The desktop client will automatically recognize your Android phone when it connects with your WiFi network. The first sync will take about fairly long depending on your WiFi speed and how much content you have to sync over.

After everything is setup, as soon as you're within range of your wireless network, DoubleTwist will detect and sync new content from your phone to your computer (and even vice versa). The DoubleTwist player and desktop application are free for the basic functionality and the upgrade to the paid version of AirSync is $4.99 ($0.99 for the first 100,000 users).

[via Lifehacker]

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