Top Music Players – iOS

Let's talk about good thing? Let's talk about music. She is one of the best things today and is responsible for generating great individual and joint moments. Did you know that music can make us smarter? So nothing better than feeling good when it comes to choosing. The native iPhone, iPod and iPad player is outdated and ugly, so to escape just follow the tips from TudoCellular.

MusiXMatch

Indicated for:

Music lovers who like to sing along with the artist.

MusiXMatch is simply a hand on the wheel for those who like to know what the artist is singing (like me). I particularly loved this app and use it daily, either to sing along with my guile or to find out what my neighbor is listening to. The developer has done a good job of making the application organization flawless and can easily replace the native iOs app. In happy hour with your friends you will be able to impress them with your audience in all the songs played, never being quiet when the favorite song is playing.

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In: Play

Indicated for:

Who likes gesture-based interfaces and commands.

This app is meant for people who, like me, are rushed or like to use their mobile in a simple way. In: Play introduces us to a different interface from other music players because it is entirely based on gestures and commands. Each action brings us a quick and efficient response without even looking at the screen. For example, to pause a song when someone is trying to communicate with us, in the native iOs app we have to take the phone out of our pocket and push the button. With In: Play, we can achieve this goal by tapping anywhere on the screen. Selections through categories are cool and fast, but for those who want to find something specific, the text box really is missing. Personally, I would easily switch my native and outdated app to In: Play, but it's up to you to make that decision.

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Aircassette

Indicated for:

Who misses the old design or even nostalgia.

This app is very curious about its current and old vibe. The tape that simulates an old music player really looks real, with commands we can control it. The current mode is simple but can be better than native iOs. The quick playlist, called queue, is also a very nice add-on where we can create a playlist that won't necessarily be saved. What struck me most about AirCassette is the fact that it's just landscape and the columns that allow us to view two categories simultaneously, like seeing the artists and their albums at the same time. If you're a musician and sick of the native iOs app, AirCassette is a great replacement.

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Songbird music

Indicated for:

Who likes to go beyond music, knowing more about the artists and their fans.

SONGBIRD is an example to be followed by applications that want to be simple but effective. With it we can organize our music viewing and much more. His news exhibit is one of his strengths, as he analyzes our entire music library and makes our Whats New a source of knowledge about our favorite bands. YouTube playlists that work in the background are a big draw because they do what YouTube itself currently doesn't or doesn't want to do. But to be direct, the best part is access to bands that are similar to our taste in music, essential for those who are easily sick of an artist.

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TuneWiki

Indicated for:

Who likes to follow the lyrics of the song, in any language.

TuneWiki is a really very complete application. We can hear music and read what the singer is saying in real time and the synchronization is very good. The music separation is basically the same as the iOs native app, but with so many advantages that you will want to migrate just to read this conclusion. We can read the lyrics in several languages, including Portuguese and English.

The community has many users who promote the songs they listen to and artists who are fans. Another decisive factor for migration is the identification of music that is being reproduced in the environment, such as in the mall or even at the cinema. In addition to recognizing the music, TuneWiki automatically displays the subtitle synchronized with the song that is not even playing on our device. If you want to quit the iPhone music app then TuneWiki is highly recommended for this task.

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PanAmp

Indicated for:

Who's sick of the look of the native iOs app.

Let's abandon the iOs music app. This is the verdict I always give when writing about music players. This is no exception, because it has a simple and somewhat innovative design. The waterfall visualization method helps us a lot when managing music, albums, artists and playlists. The quick playlist, queue, fully customizable and undo option can save many lives. The add queue commands and more information are really important and make the speed of use faster. The mini player used by PanAmp is very simple but effective. Even though it's small, we can run everything we're used to in the native iOs application. The volume control gesture, which uses two fingers to manage it, is the model with the highest access speed in its category, accessible anywhere in the app. Liked? For R $ 4 you can have it all in the palm of your hand.

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Track 8

Indicated for:

Who wants to try the design of Windows Phone.

Note 10. Track 8 is an example of what a developer should do to satisfy their users. The mode of interaction with the application is impressive, both for its design and its speed of response. It's a dream for those who got bored of the native iOs player and the paradise for those who loved the Windows 8 interface but didn't open up Ma's devices.

The ease of swiping the screen to achieve a very useful goal for those who have thousands of music and do not know how to organize. Ender Labs has achieved what few can: add usability to something beautiful to look at. This is basically the formula for success, the union of the two rarely disappointing. If you liked all this, you can pay the symbolic value of 4 reais to enjoy this wonder that was very well thought out.

The only downside is that the search is a little less privileged than the native iOs app. In Track 8 we must press the search button and then type, which is not the case with the iGadgets music app. On iPhone, for example, we just need to swipe down and enter our search.

Considering all the details of the app, the final opinion leaves no doubt that yes, we can use Track 8 to replace the native outdated and outdated iOs music app.

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Nothing better than listening to a good song, but doing with style is much better! Above, we have described the best music players for iOs, with various functions that will make you sing with happiness. Lyrics synced with music is no problem for MusicXMatch or TuniWiki, simplicity and intuitiveness are with In: Play! Enjoy all the options with players that will bring your music library to new life.