Transferring tunes to your favorite Android phone has been a pretty straightforward affair till now: you connect the handset to the PC via USB and transfer the files from the music folder to the phone. Well, that doesn’t stand a chance against iTunes and Windows Media Player, but there’s now a way to work with these on some Android smartphones.


I’m talking about HTC here and the latest update to the HTC Sync solution, that comes with support for iTunes sync and Windows Media Player syncing. Compatible models are the HTC Sensation XL, HTC Rhyme and possibly HTC Sensation XE. The Taiwanese company announced no other plans to launch this feature on other models it created, but I guess that it’s coming pretty soon.

HTC Sync is only compatible with Windows computers at the time, so Win 7 with Parallels is a good idea if you use a Mac. Well, considering the potential of Google Music Beta, there’s actually no need to start looking for extra solutions to sync your music. After all, there are some people out there who listen to music all day on or even YouTube…

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