Isyncr not updating play count
Go beyond just music syncing with these additional features: – Works with your existing i Tunes playlists for fast setup – Sync with a cord over USB or sync wirelessly with a Wi Fi connection – Also works over MTP, unlike other top solutions – Include album art with your music to enjoy on your phone – Sync your ratings, play counts, skip counts, last played date, and last skipped date between i Tunes and your phone to keep your smart playlists up to date – Have a device with internal and external memory?
Choose which drive each playlist syncs to – Sync with multiple i Tunes Libraries – Create smart playlists on your phone using the Live Lists feature – Sync your MP3 downloads on your phone back to your i Tunes library – Sync your video and podcasts for a complete i Pod replacement – Sync Android playlists back to your computer – Automate wireless syncing of your music and videos on a schedule Combine i Syncr with our free Rocket Player music player to take advantage of these additional features: – Sync new playlists and playlist changes back to i Tunes – Sync podcast bookmarks to and from i Tunes – i Syncr Live Lists dynamically update while playing – Sync video play counts Note: This app will not sync copy protected music or videos but will alert you to which songs will not be synced to your device.
Either way, syncing from i Tunes to Android can be a pain in the neck, but there are a few apps that may ease the process for you.
It is the only thing I've found that keeps smart playlists, playcounts, and ratings updated. Plus you already use i Tunes and seem to not hate it. :) You should be able to use the stock music player, Mix Zing, or a half dozen other popular other android players in combination with the sync app which pushes playcounts and ratings to i Tunes.
Music stats and SMART PLAYLISTS: Recently added, Top rated, Most played, Recently played, Least played.
At this point, I think Winamp has the potential for really being the i Pod/i Tunes combo killer.
To make all of the above happen somewhat flawlessly, there needs to be a true "library" type sync, and not this reliance on the scrobbling.
I've had a hard enough time finding a Windows application that supports these features, let alone a companion on Android. lifehacker article Unfortunately (for me at least) it uses i Tunes and I hate i Tunes, but it does work.Currently using Songbird on Windows and double Twist on Android but these leaves much to be desired. I think I hated i Tunes so much I bought an Android to avoid it, but now have to use it anyway because of the smart playlists.