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doubleTwist Sync for Windows adds new interface and syncing options

Mariella Moon, @mariella_moon
October 10, 2013
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It might not have gotten a Holo makeover, but doubleTwist for Windows has still scored a major update that includes a fresh UI, additional syncing options and a brand new name. Now aptly called doubleTwist Sync, the re-christened app comes with MTP support for quick PC-to-tablet/phone syncing via USB. The service's Android player now also automatically pushes playlist edits, playcounts and ratings to iTunes. Finally, neat freaks will love that they can now sync music previously organized into categories on iTunes or Windows Media Player with their mobile devices. All those still using doubleTwist as a bridge between ecosystems, check out the FAQ links below for more info on the new app.

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