doubleTwist. In fact, the Magic Radio service has arrived as part of the latest doubleTwist app update. Magic Radio is included with doubleTwist v2.0 and touts itself as being perfect for those who are "tired of listening to the same old songs from your music library."
doubleTwist's new Android app comes in. Designed to replace the regular player - as well as sync nicely with doubleTwist's desktop app - the new software supports music and video, together with iTunes playlist imports.
doubleTwist with one of their handsets, the recently-launched myTouch 3G Fender Limited Edition, but according to TechCrunch the media management software will soon be bundled with a large number T-Mobile's Android devices. A deal is expected that will see T-Mobile distribute a custom version of the app with each Android handset sold, replicating the sort of functionality iPhone owners have come to expect from iTunes. As for the customizations, it's actually a feature omission rather than an addition. T-Mobile USA have seemingly requested that the Amazon MP3 store - usually integrated into doubleTwist - be removed from their version; of course, Android users are free to download the full app from doubleTwist's site. Even if T-Mobile doesn't preload doubleTwist onto a specific handset, they'll be promoting the app in-store and in included documentation.