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Samsung wants iPhone users to switch to a Galaxy device using Easy Phone Sync

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One of the most popular questions asked by individuals who switch cell phones is whether all of their data can be transferred to the new device.  Sure, there are many ways of transferring data easily, but not eve…

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Because iTunes hasn’t won yet, Sprint launches Music Plus store

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Sprint has announced it’s Music Plus store, which will be powered by Real Networks. That’s right everyone, in an effort to keep up with the Joneses, Sprint has decided to ignore current trends in t…

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Music WithMe wirelessly syncs Android and iTunes for FREE

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People who need to sync iTunes and Android now have a free option in a relaunched Android app. We previously wrote about a great Android app that wirelessly transfers music from your Mac/PC, but many scoffed at i…

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Android Apps Alert #24: Audiobooks and audio streaming FTW edition

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Every week, Androinica.com attempts to highlight the best Android Apps. Using tips from the #androidapps tag on Twitter and recommendations from our own eagle-eyed staff, we highlight recent additions to t…

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doubleTwist adds podcast support and new syncing options

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doubleTwist adds podcast support and new syncing options

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There’s a long list of people who dislike iTunes for its bloat and annoying features (present company included), but it remains a must for syncing media devices. doubleTwist has proven to be a viable alt…

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Dear, Google: Please don’t be as silly as Apple on Market policies

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Dear, Google: Please don’t be as silly as Apple on Market policies

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You’ve probably heard by now that Apple has removed more than 5,000 iPhone apps from the App Store because they were “overtly sexual.” Apple used an illogical and contradictory method of d…

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Lessons from Apple: Is Android better with a free market or heavy-handed dictator?

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Lessons from Apple: Is Android better with a free market or heavy-handed dictator?

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I recently received emails from two different iPhone developers. One from a dev frustrated by Apple’s nonsensical removal of his app from iTunes, and the other from an iPhone-turned-Android dev disap…

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Android users gobbling up mobile content

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Android users gobbling up mobile content

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Android users are rapidly becoming an important consumer of mobile content, according to a new report released by Myxer. The company, which provides mobile content like ringtones to more than 30 million user…

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