Can you use iTunes with an Android phone?

This might be a silly question - but can you use Android phones with iTunes to manage music?

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matt101101 / MOD  Aug. 24, 2011 at 19:55

Yes....not by any official method but there are work arounds as far as I'd have to Google it for specific app names etc...

blizzard7  Aug. 24, 2011 at 22:03

I know both DoubleTwist and HTC Sync can do it.

matt101101 / MOD  Aug. 24, 2011 at 23:35

DoubleTwist, that's what I was thinking of I just couldn't remember the name. Though why anyone would want to use iTunes to begin with is a mystery to me ;)

blizzard7  Aug. 24, 2011 at 23:49

Ugghh, I know. Let's just say I had to type in my password about 8 times to actually see my account status on iTunes and even though I was getting it right every time, the login window would just keep popping up. Lovely.

matt101101 / MOD  Aug. 25, 2011 at 00:07

My brief experience of iTunes was a bad one, it can make even the fastest of computers feel bogged down and slow. It's a genuinely terrible piece of software. I just feel the need to say this site is genuinely brilliant, there are almost no Apple fanboys, I love it :).

JanSt / MOD  Aug. 29, 2011 at 11:37

Last week I tried to use iTunes on a friend's netbook - mind you, not some snail. I'm talking a good dual-core, sh*tloads of RAM top-of-the-range netbook.
I tunes worked. But any menu I opened (e.g. to edit the library in order to make ebooks sync etc) was useless because it was impossible to scroll down to the save-button. o_O Tried ResizeAll etc (programs that let you resize any window) to no avail. What bull.
Again, that netbook has no weird resolution... It runs photoshop, Magix Musicmaker etc etc...but hey, not iTunes.
And yes, I noticed too that regardless of how powerful your PC, and how fast your web - it's a **** that whispers, "should've bought a mac"! But hey, that company sells €1000 netbooks with 64GB SSD's LOL You can buy a 64GB iPad with a bt keyboard and a win netbook for that price hahaha WHAT A BUSINESS....

blizzard7  Aug. 29, 2011 at 19:26

Even on Mac OS X you'll be twiddling your thumbs with iTunes and cursing random hang-ups and bugs.:|


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