The late Steve Jobs might think that Google ripped off Apple’s iOS, but bear in mind that development on the Android platform started way before the iPhone was even mooted, or so goes the popular belief. Well, HTC intends to make their smartphones all the more user friendly – yes, those Android-powered models, by offering up iTunes synchronization capabilities. Basically, if you happen to be in possession of the HTC Rhyme or the HTC Sensation XL, you are able to sync your music, pictures, videos, and contacts that you already have nicely organized in iTunes with your device.
All you need to do is make sure you have the latest version of HTC Sync, and the software is smart enough to get down and dirty, automatically detecting the entire gamut of information that you own in iTunes while asking you just what kind of content you would like to have end up on your smartphone when it is plugged into the computer. HTC’s latest offering is the smoothest experience just yet, although there are other alternatives around the Internet. Do you think Apple is happy that this is now possible?
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