5 Best Music Players For Android

Music means a lot in any ones lives, so the importance of choosing the right music player that works well for you cannot be stressed enough. Choosing the best from the hundreds available on the Google Play store could be like finding a needle in a haystack. So help you, below are the 5 best music players offered by Android.

5. Poweramp

Poweramp with its themes and tweaks is one of the best music player available. It can any file type but the FLAC format being the preferred format for storing audio a feature nor many music apps can offer. It also supports a ton of music enhancements that help your music sound much better. The built-in 10 band equalizer is infinitely better than and app that comes preloaded on a Android device.

With features like separate bass and treble tweaks, crossfading, support for gapless playback, mono mixing and replay gain correction a power music user is sure to fall in love. Other wow personalization features include multiple themes, four built-in widgets, configurable lock screen and fetching lyrics. Poweramp is free to try for 15 days, after which it costs $3.99 to buy the full version. Get it from Play Store.

4. Shuttle Music Player

May be you have not heard of Shuttle before, but is worth a notice. Shuttle is a somewhat like a light weight version of the heavy duty Poweramp. With features like a sleep timer, gapless playback, different themes, built in equalizer and a few more is a fantastic value for money. Shuttle is available is both free and paid versions of $0.99. Get it from Play Store.

3. Play Music

Google’s Play Music is a fantastic offline music player. It is more popular for its feature of front-end for listening to music purchased from the Play Store and streamed from Google All Access. It has a good interface and handles the need of showing music stored in different places like a purchased song from the Play Store, subscription to All Access, Google’s cloud locker, music pinned in your library and some stored on your SD card, perfectly.

The added features fall short in terms of only access your device’s built-in equalizer and searching songs from within the app. So if you like simple music players that follow Google’s design guidelines this is a fantastic player. Play Music is free. Get it from Play Store.

5 Best Music Players For Android Mobile

2. Fusion

Fusion is excellent for those who believe music discovery as a major component of listening to music. Charts and Radio- the two extra tabs next to artists and albums are the stand out features of this app. The Charts tab shows the current top songs others are listening to and where you could find the song which is a pretty handy way to peek over what’s popular currently.

The radio tab is a front-end for Shoutcast radio, where you can look at the top radio stations, search for a radio station you like and save it, Although Shoutcast isn’t as good as Pandora, but the option of having it alongside your music library is awesome. Fusion features a pretty slick interface, The regular set of music player features like equalizer and lock screen widgets and unique ones like shake and wave gesture support, direct sharing to social media sites, custom ringtone trimming, and a visualize  make Fusion worth giving a try. Get it from Play Store.

1. DoubleTwist

DoubleTwist is a fine music player and offers a simple painless way to sync your music between iTunes and Android. Its fantastic and arguably one of the best and allows swift navigation around music and playlists. It ha s a good visual appeal, a equalizer, high quality album artwork and a “What’s Next” list, plus a support for a load of audio formats. Along with an excellent interface it also offers iTunes syncing.

The basic music player is free but has a few options for in app purchases too. A new feature of DoubleTwist is the Magic Radio, a competitor to services like Pandora which is a very cool feature and offers a 7-day trial, after which it costs $24.99 per year. DoubleTwist is free. Get it from Play Store.

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