Amazon MP3 Store Gets Integrated into doubleTwist


I don’t know about you, but I was expecting something more from doubleTwist than just the integration of the Amazon MP3 Store after watching the rather cool “Tyranny of Choice” video that mocks Apple’s 1984 parody commercial. In any case, on Oct. 13th doubleTwist users will be able to buy DRM-free music direct from via the application using their account credentials. Afterwards, one will then be able to sync those files — as well as playlists, photos, and video (doubleTwist will transcode them if necessary) — to a variety of handheld and mobile devices. Question: Why do app developers who want to differentiate themselves from iTunes always seem to create apps that look eerily similar to iTunes? In any case, it’s also worth pointing out that you can install Amazon’s own MP3 desktop downloader from here: Windows, Mac, Linux.

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