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How to Use Moodagent App to Automatically Categorize Your Music Library According to Your Mood

by: Christine TorralbaNovember 29, 2011

If there’s one thing missing from the Android, it would be iTunes Genius feature. For those who don’t know what this is, it is actually an intelligent feature found on iTunes which automatically creates a playlist based on the genre and mood of the songs found in the existing library. Think of it as a personalized DJ whose job is to create a playlist of songs that will complement one another. Thankfully, Android users can get the same feature on an app we recently discovered.

Just like its name, Moodagent is an app that sorts the music library into different moods. The good thing about this app is that it gets the job done on various platforms including iOS, Android, [...]

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Will Google Music Become Bigger and Better than iTunes?

by: Matthew SabatiniNovember 23, 2011

After releasing Google Music Beta a while back, people started to become suspicious. It would only be fair that Android users have access to buying music and listening to it like their iOS counterparts. The Music beta started off by allowing users to upload their whole iTunes library to Google’s “cloud”. After doing so, users would be able to listen to their music on smart phones and computers anywhere there they had internet access, be it through 3G, 4G, or WiFi. Additionally, the music files could be saved locally for offline listening.

So the ultimate question is, will Google Music be able to stand up to iTunes?

As of right now, there is no [...]

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How to Sync iTunes Library with Your Android Device Wirelessly

by: Matthew SabatiniOctober 21, 2011

Has Android’s poor music integration got you down? Say hello to Google Music Beta and other iTunes syncing software. Below, we have put together 3 of the best programs that will allow you to sync your iTunes library to your Android phone regardless of your computer’s operating system.

Google Music Beta

Google Music offers the ability to stream your music to your phone, but also to keep your song files on your phone for offline use. Google Music is for Mac and Windows.


So, let’s walk through the process that has been made public by Phandroid.

First we got sent an email:


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iOS 5’s Top 6 Features That Android Users Already or Can Also Enjoy

by: Alvin YbañezOctober 20, 2011


The recently released iPhone 4S–bearing the latest iOS 5–has brought fascinating features that will truly entertain iPhone users, leaving many non-Apple users drooling.

Android users, however, are fortunate enough to be able to enjoy some of iOS 5’s lovely features–not necessarily in an exactly similar experience, but in a similar experience of functionality.

And, so, in this post, we discuss six of the “most-coveted” iOS 5 functionalities that many Android users don’t know are already within their reach.

Rather than arguing about which operating system is better, this post instead alerts Android users to the presence of [...]

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HTC Amaze vs iPhone 4S – Superphone Skirmish

by: Matthew SabatiniOctober 9, 2011

HTC’s latest Android Superphone – the HTC Amaze is, in our opinion, a bit of an unknown device, but it’s packing specs that demand it be taken very seriously. In this piece, we compare it to Apple’s latest – the iPhone 4S. Which one will come out on top?

Overview Amaze 4G

After posing for a nice little press shot back in late September, the HTC Amaze 4G is now the star of a “Silent Video Walkthrough” created by the Youtube user Ktwist311. The voice-less video shows off both the hardware and the operating system. T-Mobile recently confirmed that the Amaze 4G will be running Gingerbread and have Sense 3.0. Now that the Amaze 4G has [...]

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Google creating an iTunes-like Android software store?

by: Darcy LaCouveeMay 31, 2008

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At the recent Google IO developer conference, Google’s Andy Rubin hinted that Google is looking to put together a way for developers to easily sell their applications to Android phone users in a way that is similar to what Apple has planned for iPhone apps on iTunes. To quote Andy Rubin:

“It would be a great benefit to the Android community to provide a place where people can go to safely and securely download content and where a billing system would allow developers to get paid for their effort,” he said. “We wouldn’t have done our job if we didn’t provide something that helps developers get [...]

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