Music is a part of life, and with smartphone music is in our hand. There are many music apps for Android out there, but many of them don’t have much features. There are also many Android apps for music, and the best part is that most of them are free. Here are the top 10 best Android apps for music:
Spotify gives you access to legal free music, allowing you to play any artist, album or playlist for free as long as you’re in shuffle mode. But a Spotify Premium subscription is definitely worth it, as it gets rid of that limitation, gets rid of ads, and allows you to download music for offline listening.
Pandora has been around for quite some time, and it’s no secret why. It is a good tool for music discovery, and allows you to create personalized stations based on the music you like. With a free account, you can create up to 100 personalized radio stations. It also works with Chromecast so you can throw it to your TV for louder listening for your whole house.
3. TuneIn Radio
If you’re into listening to actual radio stations and podcasts from around the U.S., check out TuneIn Radio. It has over 100,000 radio stations across news, talk, sports and music. It also supports Chromecast. TuneIn Radio has streams from ESPN Chicago, ESPN Los Angeles, ESPN Denver, and many more. There’s also a great selection of Comedy radio stations to keep you laughing.
CNET calls it the best streaming radio app, and they’re probably right. There are millions of songs and thousands of live radio stations from all around the country, and it also lets you create custom stations so that you always hear only what you want to hear. Their library consists of 20 million songs and 800,000 artists across all genres, including pop, country, r&b, alternative, rock, talk, news, sports, comedy, and more. Surprise surprise, it also works with Chromecast. There are also podcasts available so you can listen to the latest on-demand episodes from the best in news, sports, business and entertainment.
5. Google Play Music
Google Play Music is the most used app on my smartphone, and that’s because it allows me to play all of my huge collection of music — which wouldn’t otherwise all fit on my phone. If you already have a big collection of music like I do (over 60 GB and counting), and just want a simple way to listen to your own collection on the go, Google Play Music is a great way to go. You simply upload your collection to the service using the Music Manager app on your PC, set what folders you add your new music to, and the service will take care of the rest, allowing you to listen to your own collection. It also allows you to play millions of songs without any limits on Google Play with the All Access service, including brand new music and playlists their “music experts” have created. There are also free albums for download offered throughout the year on Google Play for you to add to your collection, and tons of music sales (so keep an eye out on your favorite artists). Google Play Music is easily the best music app for Android available.
Source : codeandroid