Easy Phone Tunes runs as a two-part setup: a desktop program that can read your i Tunes data and an Android app that receives all of the sent data.This is a no-frills app for sure, void of any eye candy.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.Like the previous apps on this list, Sync Tunes Wireless works by transferring your i Tunes data (e.g., music, videos, podcasts, etc.) over Wi Fi.It does not play music nor does it download music from the Internet.
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.
As it turns out, i Syncr is created by the same team that developed Rocket Player, which I recently reviewed and loved.
With its simple interface, i Syncr allows you to quickly and painlessly keep your i Tunes and Android in line with each other.
Or maybe you use Android but you prefer i Tunes as your desktop media player.
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.