A lack of any sort of syncing option is one of the weak points of the Android platform. Thankfully, it looks like T-Mo is getting ready to seal that chink in Android's belly armor. (TechCrunch) They're teaming up with a company called doubleTwist, who hopes to become the preferred Android syncing application.
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Doubletwist will launch with the Fender Edition myTouch 3G, and it should make its way pre-loaded onto other T-Mobile Android smartphones. While T-Mobile's version of this app will not come with support for the Amazon MP3 store, users who download the app from doubleTwist's website will get the full version.
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If you want to be able to sync up your music and media in an iTunes-like fashion, doubleTwist is just about your only real choice for Android. We'll see how well it ends up working out over the next few weeks.