For the first time today, I go to work with only one device on my belt – my phone.
Thanks to a timesheet app – several in fact – and a voice recorder (which I don’t use as much as I thought I would), I no longer use my PDA (a Palm T3) actively.
During the weekend I stumbled across an app called iSyncr (free trial, $3 to purchase) that allows iTunes playlists to be synced to an Android. Another app from the allowed wireless syncing (free trial, $1 to purchase). These programs are, in my opinion, easily worth twice what I paid for them.
As a result, I am listening to my ‘tunes on my phone – using another app (PlayerPro, free trial, $5 to purchase) that supports playcounts and ratings. iSyncr can sync these back to iTunes.
For less than $10 I no longer need my iPod.