Music WithMe is a mobile app that lets you synchronize your iTunes library and playlists with mobile devices that aren’t the Apple iPod, iPhone, or iPad. The company launched a BlackBerry app earlier this year, and this week the Music WithMe app for Android hit the market.

The Android app supports Android 1.6 and higher and works with Windows XP and up. A Mac compatible version is coming soon.

Aside from letting you sync your tunes with devices that Apple doesn’t support, Music WithMe also lets you sync your music over WiFi — something which Apple doesn’t even support for iOS devices. The app also supports multitasking, so you can copy songs to your device in the background while running other apps in the foreground.

Music WithMe runs $14.99, but the company offers a 30 day free trial.  You can download the app from the Android Market.

Update: MusicWithMe is now available as a free download.

Brad Linder

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