One of the best uses for smartphones is listening to your favorite bands and artists. There are a lot of music players in the app stores but only a few standout.
Some of the items on the list are free but some are not. Most of the paid ones do have a free demo or limited capabilities which means you will still be able to use them as much.
For a lot of audiophiles and music lovers, Poweramp seems to be the best app. Poweramp has a lot of powerful customization settings for a music player.
You can set the equalizer, bass boost and more. Tags can also be edited. It is probably one of the best choices if you want more control over what and how to hear your music.
Neutron Music Player
Another powerful music player for Android, Neutron’s developers boast its 64-bit engine. The developers say that the 64-bit engine makes for a better-sounding experience.
Of course, software can only do so much. You will have to have uncompressed music files and a kickass headphone to enjoy the full benefits.
Most iPhone users just want minimal stuff. Ecoute is one of the most straightforward music players you can get from the App Store.
There are not a lot of options in Ecoute. However, iPhone users can choose to listen to iTunes exclusively or even mix them with some of their own music files. You can also share what you are listening to via Facebook or Twitter.
Another music player for iOS, SoundShare not only allows you to play music but to share them with other users as well. What’s better is that you are not limited to your own selection. You can also share tracks from iTunes or Spotify.
Deezer and Apple Music are also viable options for sharing. If you are the type of person who loves to share music, this music player is for you.
Google Play Music
Interestingly, Google Play Music is available on both Android and iOS devices. This music player allows you to save your own files to the cloud to minimize space on your device.
There is also an option for a premium subscription that allows you to listen to more songs. Still, the music player is pretty straightforward too.
What’s your favorite music player?