Mar 31 AT 9:13 AM Taylor Wimberly 10 Comments

New doubleTwist integrates Android Market

DoubleTwist has always been our favorite program to easily convert all types of media for our Android phones and the service continues to add new features all the time. The latest update for doubleTwist (Mac only for now, PC coming soon) now includes a fully integrated Android Market to allow users to search for apps. Unfortunately, application syncing is not yet supported and users will have to scan QR codes to download apps.

Anyone can browse the doubleTwist Android Market online in addition to their new podcast search engine.

From doubleTwistWe’ve integrated the Android Market into doubleTwist to help users search, browse and discover new apps. The launch of the doubleTwist Android Market finally brings Android on an equal footing with the iPhone by enabling users to discover apps and view ratings and comments without being limited by the small screen real estate of their phone. With the Android Market integration doubleTwist ties together apps, music, photos, videos and podcasts for Android users.

Source: doubleTwist

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  • http://Website James

    Pointless. Why use that to search for apps when you can just as easily do it on a website.

    Better yet use Appbrain.

    • http://Website Brian Douglas Hayes

      …which website are you talking about? AndroLib is one option, but it’s so poorly organized (not to mention plastered with ads…), and the “official” website only features a few popular apps.

    • trynosmaphosa

      thanks for yo reply.But l need help l downloaded whatsapp but l can’t get it succesfull pliz help

  • http://www.mattdemers.com Matt Demers

    Woo! I’m happy for anything that makes finding apps easier.

  • http://voycit.com gregg

    I just wish they would support Linux :(

  • http://Website Tony Safina

    You may want to read Stephen E Arnold’s sample chapter
    from his forthcoming study Google Beyond Text.
    the link is here: http://www.theseed2020.com/gbt/

  • http://Website Vladimir Kelman

    At least until recent times DoubleTwist did not work correctly (didn’t display correctly) Unicode non-ASCII characters (like Cyrillic) in amp tags. Android itself works correctly with Unicode, but DoubleTwist didn’t. It was an immediate stop for me.
    Besides that I found it easier and more flexible to sync media manually. I never understood those extremely positive reviews of DoubleTwist.

  • http://Website Vladimir Kelman

    ‘amp tags’ should be ‘mp3′ tags.

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  1. JamesGuest 5 years ago

    Pointless. Why use that to search for apps when you can just as easily do it on a website.

    Better yet use Appbrain.

    • Brian Douglas HayesGuest 5 years ago

      …which website are you talking about? AndroLib is one option, but it’s so poorly organized (not to mention plastered with ads…), and the “official” website only features a few popular apps.

    • trynosmaphosaGuest 2 months ago

      thanks for yo reply.But l need help l downloaded whatsapp but l can’t get it succesfull pliz help

  2. Woo! I’m happy for anything that makes finding apps easier.

  3. greggGuest 5 years ago

    I just wish they would support Linux :(

  4. Tony SafinaGuest 5 years ago

    You may want to read Stephen E Arnold’s sample chapter
    from his forthcoming study Google Beyond Text.
    the link is here: http://www.theseed2020.com/gbt/

  5. Vladimir KelmanGuest 5 years ago

    At least until recent times DoubleTwist did not work correctly (didn’t display correctly) Unicode non-ASCII characters (like Cyrillic) in amp tags. Android itself works correctly with Unicode, but DoubleTwist didn’t. It was an immediate stop for me.
    Besides that I found it easier and more flexible to sync media manually. I never understood those extremely positive reviews of DoubleTwist.

  6. Vladimir KelmanGuest 5 years ago

    ‘amp tags’ should be ‘mp3′ tags.

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