Well, doubleTwist isn’t working for me. It locks up when syncing music. And I’ve read that their Air Twist, which they charge for, won’t sync to memory cards, only to phones’ internal memory. So that’s pretty much out.
I noticed today when playing an album that the volume was much lower than on the iPhone. Sitting on the tram, listening to Miles Davis’ Live in Europe ’67 Bootleg Series Volume 1 (which is freaking amazing by the way, I was stunned by the intensity of one of Wayne Shorter’s solos) and with the volume cranked all the way up, I could still hear the people talking around me. Tomorrow will try something more recent, more rock-y, see if it’s the same. Though I do have a headphone amplifier lying around … somewhere. Better find it, think I might need it.
Love the “live wallpapers” though I realize they’re goofy – I’ve got this animated one now of the HK island skyline at night. Getting into widgets, which look pretty powerful (and also pretty battery-draining).
Will try WinAmp for Android this week, too tired to deal with it tonight. There’s also TuneSync and iSyncr and probably others. Hell, one of ‘em has to work.
Repeating an answer from a friend’s email today. Today – 15 hours out of the house, few phone calls, several SMS, some Facebook Twitter & Foursquare, little bit of web surfing, little bit of maps, played a CD, played 30 minutes of backgammon, some general fooling around with configurations, downloaded a few apps and widgets from the market, made some ringtones, took a couple of photos, etc., when I got home battery was at 49%. Quite acceptable!