DoubleTwist updated, brings some improvements

DoubleTwist updated, brings some improvements

If you’re familiar with using substitutes for the stock Android apps, you’ve probably at least heard of DoubleTwist. It already was one of the best players on the Android Market — especially since it was free — and now it’s even better. The most significant new feature added is the ability to use Airplay, which is available as a $4.99 in-app purchase.

Other new features include the wireless syncing capabilities, podcast subscriptions and much more. DoubleTwist is available as a free download from the Market, and you can download it for yourself by using the box below!

So, any DoubleTwist users in the house? What do you think of the new features? Drop a comment below!

Source GigaOM

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8 Comments

  1. Trinae Ross
    February 13, 18:59 Reply

    Once DoubleTwist moved podcast support to the paid version, I uninstalled it from my device. It used to be free, it should have remained free.

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