New app by DoubleTwist saves iTunes tracks to your PC
We know the DoubleTwist as a famous app savior and it is at it once again. Over the past couple of months we had multiple Android and OS X apps which were crafted from this developer. These apps were particularly designed to help the penny-pinching users save the music which they hear on the iTunes Radio. This time they have surely taken everyone by surprise by making a version for the Windows PCs, too.
Like always, the app setup is pretty simple. Once you have installed the app, it is going to fool the iTunes into believing that it's just another AirPlay-ready gewgaw which has been housed inside your home theater setup. So all you have to do is pop in to the iTunes select the DoubleTwist app from the AirPlay menu, and fire up your iTunes Radio station of choice. The only drawback to this approach is not as daunting if you look at it from a positive aspect. You will only have to sit through an entire song before it gets saved in your coffers for good.
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