Its easily one of the best music apps that anyone has ever created. It comes with a free trial period of 15 days where you can test it out and decide if you wanna unlock the premium features. If you are thinking of downloading the unlocker and unlocking it, then forget it sucker that wont work because the developer has put in a feature that checks for the authenticity once an unlocker is installed. Comeon buy the developer a beer for his hardwork.
Download Now PowerAmp.
Google decide to luanch its very own music player ever since the dawn of android 4.0 a.k.a Icecream sandwich. Well Google has decided to add the cloud feature where it lets you play music from the cloud so that no matter where you are, you will always be able to enjoy your music (ofcourse it plays music stored in the phone otherwise it deciets the purpose of a music player). What we personally like the most is the equaliser where Google has decided to add an extra oomph meaning you can listen to your music at minimum volume and it'd still be quite loud. Google has definitely got a kick here.
Download Google Play Music.
One thing we can say about this music player is that it has retained the same interface ever since it was available on Google Playstore. The app I have been using personally from quite some time now, was always able to change the look using various themes the developer had provided. This is what makes PlayerPro stand out from the masses. It also has video playback so you can definitely check this one out. You get 10 days of trial to decide if you wanna purchase the app and unlock all its features.
This one of those apps that really embraces the Google Card UI that we see in Google Now. The app features swiping, lockscreen controls and many more in the paid version. The app also lets you search for lyrics, edit tags of an album or a song, lets you choose album art as well. So the app is basically a holo design implementing Google's Card UI.
Download Shuttle Music Player.
Ever wondered how you get you iTunes playlists right over your phone? Well DoubleTwist makes a very useful feature for those iJunkies where it lets you sync your iTunes playlists over wifi connected to the PC or Laptop in which the Playlist resides. It also features a rich variety of equaliser settings as well setting album arts from Scorbll.com.
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