Best Music Apps

Let’s face it, the stock music apps on Android aren’t always up to the mark. Sony did some improvements by revamping their Walkman app but even that wasn’t enough to deliver the good listening experience. Well, luckily, Android fully supports the use of 3rd party apps and there is an abundance of 3rd party music apps available on Android.

But the story with music apps is just like any other story, there are good apps, and then there are apps that are downright horrendous. Lucky for you, we have narrowed down a list of 5 music apps that will help you choose the best you want. So without further ado, let’s take a look at the best music apps you can get on your Android.


No list about music players would be considered complete without Poweramp, known as the oldest, the greatest and the most powerful music player to Android users, Poweramp is a no brainer when it comes to selecting what app you want to play your music through. It is powerful, feature-rich, easy to use and has an impressive audio engine.

Shuttle Music Player

Where Poweramp is a resource full, feature heavy music player, Shuttle is the exact opposite and that is why, it deserves to be in the list. Shuttle Music Player comes with all the essentials one would need and nothing more, it is built on the much praised Material design by Google and works just like a music player should.

Google Play Music

While Google’s own Play Music doesn’t stand up to be a good music player on its own; it doesn’t offer deep customisation or amazing audio engine. However, what it offers is the enormous cloud library that users can get to utilise any time they want. With just a small monthly fee, users can stream tons of music based on their taste and their favourite genres.

PlayerPro Music Player

PlayerPro Music Player is another highly praised music player that is available on the Play Store. Just like PowerAmp, PlayerPro offers some level of customisations, the sound engine is powerful enough for audiophiles, but if you feel something is lacking, you can always download the DSP Pack that will give you additional bands in the equaliser. Overall, PlayePro Music Player is a nice looking music player with enough features to please anyone.

Rocket Music Player

The last app on our list is Rocket Music Player, the app comes with the support for all major codecs you can think of, it has enough features to make you use it all the time and it doesn’t look bad at all. On top of it all, it comes with fully integrated video player to sweeten the deal.

Closing Thoughts

While the Play Store is swarming with music apps, we had to carefully cherry pick the best ones out of the bunch. In case we missed any good music player, feel free to let us know in the comments below.


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