Obviously, if you love iTunes but do not own an iPhone, syncing your music can be frustrating. Salling Software has developed a solution to this problem with Media Sync—an app that transfers playlists, music and podcasts to a wide array of Nokia, Sony, and Sony Ericsson phones (also works in a limited fashion with the HTC Touch Diamond). The basic Windows / Mac software is free, but you will have to shell out US$22 for the fast sync version. And, naturally, it does not transfer DRM protected tunes. [Salling via Cult of Mac]
Media Sync: iTunes Syncing on HTC, Nokia, Sony, and Sony Ericsson Devices
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