Google Play Music. I’m sure I could have spent some time figuring out how to get it to run properly, but apparently I’m not the only one – reviews in the Google Play store have been overwhelmingly negative so far.
So Airbind has potential, that’s for sure. But right now it’s fundamentally flawed which is a shame. To add insult to injury, the app description says it’s not even compatible with Google’s flagship ICS-running Galaxy Nexus smartphone. But fear not, you’re not missing out. Though Airbind apparently does what it sets out to do for some people, its lack of flexibility is a bit of a pain, unless you keep a very small collection of music in your iTunes library.
That’s if you can even get it to work.