Android and Windows/Mac: Previously mentioned Music WithMe — one of the best ways to sync your Android device with iTunes over Wi-Fi and 3G — is now completely free.The app used to cost $US15, but now you can download the Android app (and its Windows or OS X helper app) and sync up your music with iTunes, no matter where you are. If you're still looking for that holy grail of iTunes syncing for Android, definitely give this app a look now that it's free. And for more information, you can check out our original review of the program. [Music WithMe via Andronica]
Over-The-Air iTunes-Syncing App Now Free For Android
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