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Do you use doubleTwist for your mobile media?

I’d like to hear from anyone who uses doubleTwist to manage their media across (mobile) devices. I’ve been hearing a lot of good things but I’ve never actually tried it myself. (I’ve just downloaded it this evening).

I was watching their demo — I’m particularly impressed by the possibility of simply ‘plugging in’ my T-Mobile G1 and having new songs/playlists and whatnot added by simply dragging and dropping.

I’m going to have a play with it. If this will allow me to use my massive library of iTunes formatted (and restricted) media, I’m going to be seriously content.

Got a perspective?

By Ewan

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3 replies on “Do you use doubleTwist for your mobile media?”

<waves hand in air>

Yup – have been a DT user for a year now, on my INQ1. As it accesses iTunes playlists, I use it to drag/drop my 'Latest Podcasts' playlist onto my handset. Also my 'New albums – last 6 months' list too. Dead easy. Also to drag photos off the phone for editing.

The playlist integration is the killer.

It just works.

/m

Looks really interesting but I think doubletwist may have started life as an MP3 converter – that is, it re-encodes all the iTunes formatted music on your hard drive. The sound quality will suffer and you will need a lot of free space on your hard drive.

Looks really interesting but I think doubletwist may have started life as an MP3 converter – that is, it re-encodes all the iTunes formatted music on your hard drive. The sound quality will suffer and you will need a lot of free space on your hard drive.

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