Top 5 music apps for Android

Oct 24 2013, 11:38am CDT | by , in Reviews | Android

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If you're an Android user and looking for some different music-based apps other than the current app you're using for your needs, then this is specially written for you!

We discuss the 5 best Android-based musical apps for music lovers! Just go through our list and start downloading your favorite app for better experience.

  • Spotify - Free app, $9.99/month gives Spotify Premium Services

Spotify app offers over about 15 million songs for instant streaming. Users can create playlists, integrate on local music libraries and do much more with this app. With Premium service, the free mobile app allows users to take their tunes wherever they go.

  • Google Play Music - Free app, $9.99/month gives All Access

With Google Music app, users can listen to unlimited number of songs, stream music that they've uploaded, and if connected to a Wi-Fi network, download songs for offline listening. Users can also create custom stations and get song recommendations based on their interests, discover newly uploaded music etc.

  • DeaDBeef Player - Free

This music player app supports many audio file formats such as MP3, AAC/MP4, OGG, WAV, etc. DeaDBeef Player supports gapless playback, scrobbling, online streaming radio, and also multiple playlists.

  • Stitcher Radio - Free 

This app mainly focuses on radio and podcasts. Users can easily "stitch" together with custom channels based on their interests. Its users also have the ability to discover any new show with its in-app recommendations.

  • SongKick Concerts - Free 

With the Songkick Concerts app, users don't have to fret over missed tour dates. When anyone downloads this app, it scans his phone for music and then informs the user when artists are in his area. Users can also purchase concert tickets through this app for whenever they’re on the go!

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