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  • Anonymous
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    I’m considering moving to an Android based smartphone and wondered if Anytune supports Android… Anyone know? Is there a similar app to this that’ll work?


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    #97 |

    Anytune does not support Android.

    We have looked into it and audio based apps like Anytune are currently quite a challenge to build for Android. It may happen at some point in the future.
    In terms of alternatives, there are not many slow downers in Google Play. You can search for what is there using Google.

    You could always keep your iPhone for music apps, or pickup an iPad. 😉
    Dan Erfurt
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    Currently, I use Anytune on my iPod touch 4th gen. I was contemplating replacing my ancient Palm Treo phone with an Android device, but Anytune availability is more important to me than the choice of platform. Consequently, I’ll be moving to an iPhone when the Treo eventually dies. Maybe that means an iPhone 6. Or 7.

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