Do you own a Mac, but are forced by an employer/spouse/parent/other evil entity to use an Android phone? Then we have some good news for you. No, I’m not going to buy you an iPhone. But I will tell you about a new Android app that syncs with your iTunes library. It’s called Airbind, and it’s free.
Airbind is actually two apps: one for the phone and one for your Mac (there’s a Windows version, too). Install both, fire up Airbind on your Android phablet and all your music will be synced across your Wi-Fi network. And I mean all. Right now your entire library is synced the your phone’s SD card, so you can’t pick specific playlists, which sucks if you have a huge collection.
You can also set the app to auto-sync music when your phone and computer are on the same network, and choose to also copy over photos and videos.
Of course, the best thing to do would be to dump that piece of junk and just go out and buy an iPhone, but not all of us can do that. In the meantime, this looks like a good enough option.