If you are making the jump from an iOS Device to the Android platform and have been managing your music library for the past decade inside of iTunes, the last thing you want to hear is that it’s not possible to sync your music to your phone , or even that you have to plug it in to do it. That’s not the case if you get a hold of the doubleTwist Mac alternative for syncing to or from your iTunes library.

We’ve put the doubleTwist sync tool to the test, and it seems to play fair with iTunes indeed. It requires that you install the deskop application first, and then can later add the doubleTwist Player to better enhance your listening experience at a minimum and is free or at the doubleTwist AirSync application to your phone to sync over WiFi for $4.99. The sync app works as advertised, and is quite simple once you set it up. Once downloaded, the process takes no more than 2 minutes to start your sync. Ratings and reviews from the Google Play market are very supportive with an average rating of 4.4 out of 5 for the free sync tool and a 4.1 out of 4 for the paid air-sync tool.

This solution has been a long sought after “fix” to bettering your connectivity when packing the Android OS. Now you can finally “Rock & Roll”.