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Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak, who invented the Apple I and Apple II computers, has been talking with community members over at Slashdot and during the discussion the topic of Android popped up! According to Woz, Apple should port iTunes to Android. Woz points out that Apple ported iTunes to Windows so that it could connect with customers who didn’t have a Mac. So Woz thinks that Apple should do the same with Android. “So why don’t we port iTunes to Android?” says Woz. “Did something get closed up? I love Apple products and iTunes and wish it were on my Android products too.”

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Having a mobile device means that you can take your work with you when you step out of the house, read your latest RSS feeds when you’re on vacation, and stay connected to the music you like. Unfortunately, unless you’re very religious in syncing music between devices, chances are you’ll forget a song at home and your playlist just won’t be complete without it. You might not be able to enjoy your newest music find when you’ve left it on your computer and you completely forgot to load it up on your phone. Imagine that scenario happening when you just…

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To celebrate the phonograph’s birthday, Google is slashing the price of 50 classic albums that were released during the vinyl-era on the Play Store. Admittedly, these albums are mostly from artists that some of you may not have grown up with, but there’s a reason why they are considered legends in the music industry.

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Most Android devices, if not all, have in-built audio and video players. Although, there is never a guarantee that these players can support all audio and video file formats. Because of this, users sometimes resort to downloading alternate player apps from the Google Play Store, players that can play almost any file format coupled with extras mixed in. One such multi-format audio and video player for Android that has super functionality and swag all in one bag is MoboPlayer. MoboPlayer sports a clean-looking and easy-to-use UI that directly takes you to the player’s menus. The player allows you to browse…

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When Android 4.1 Jelly Bean was unveiled at Google I/O 2012, a lot of features and improvements were demonstrated for the audience. One worth mentioning is Google Sound Search, also know as Google Ears. This new feature is a widget that detects music playing in your surroundings and tells you what you are listening to. Google Ears is very much like SoundHound or Shazam, but with added features, the most convenient of which is that of being able to buy the Ears-recognized music directly from the Google Play Store.  Neither Shazam nor SoundHound offers this kind of access to the…

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The Songza app, initially launched on the web and in Apple’s App Store, is already waiting for you inside Google Play. But the good news is that the app has now been updated to offer users the Music Concierge feature, which will help you play the right song at the right time. According to the developer, “each time you use Songza, you’re served the expertly-curated playlist that will help you wake up, workout, commute, focus, unwind, entertain, sleep (and just about anything else) better.” The app will deliver exactly the right tunes to match your activities and your mood, but…

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Update- We have just launched the best Android tablets of 2013 series. The Google Nexus 7 is one of the best Android tablets of the year and definitely a tough adversary for this year’s Kindle Fire versions. At the same time, the device is not an iPad-killer, it’s not even intended to be one, and, moreover, it may do a lot more harm within the Android tablet ecosystems, as other OEMs will not be able to replicate Google’s current tablet strategy. The Nexus 7 is an affordable device that packs quite a punch under the hood and is able to…