Wondering when the wireless revolution will begin and tired of carrying cables or having them clutter your work or home space? Check out what ParkVu brings to the table with their newest app, Music WithMe, that wirelessly syncs your iTunes library to your Android smartphone.
Louisville headquarterd tech company, ParkVu, recently introduced their Music WithMe app that allows users to not only wirelessly (wifi or 3G connection) sync their Android phone with iTunes, but also share (Facebook or Twitter) what you're listening to or what you've recently downloaded to your phone. Pretty sweet!
According to their release, "Music WithMe for Android is a free app that wirelessly syncs your iTunes music to your Android smartphone. Unlike some other wireless sync apps Music WithMe is not dependent upon your device and your computer being on the same wifi network. In fact Music WithMe works with wifi or your phone's 3G connection. Select which artists, albums and playlists you want to sync."
The cherry on top is that ParkVu has partnered with Louisville label sonaBLAST! to provide free music downloads directly to users' Android phones. This free music includes local favorites Cheyenne Marie Mize, The Pass, The Fervor and The Seedy Seeds.
Read more about Music WithMe here or download the app from the Android Market. Also, be sure you download the desktop app to get started. One caveat is that you'll need a Facebook account to get rolling, as the app uses an easy credentialing process to get you logged-in (no pesky sign-up process).
I have yet to give Music WithMe a whirl to give a good enough review at this time, but please let us know your thoughts in the comments.
Still not convinced? Lifehacker refers to Music WithMe as the "holy grail of iTunes syncing for Android."