Last updated on August 22nd, 2017
Hello, readers, this time, we present you the list of best music players for Android. Well, if you explore the play store quite often, you’ll find a lot of music players (different in at least one aspect).
So, to make things easier for you, we’ve grabbed some of the best music players which are flexible and also rich in features. We’ve excluded the music players which contains in-app Advertisements.
Let’s move on to know about the 5 best music players for Android.
1. VLC for Android
Best music player of all time for PC – VLC Media Player and everyone knows it. It’s constantly improving and impressing Android users as well. VLC media player is a free and open-source cross-platform multimedia player. It’s not just meant for playing Audio (music) files but can also play DVD ISOs and network streams.
It supports loads of audio file formats with a complete set of needed features and options (including equalizers and filters).
It also offers a separate beta version of the app for those who want to try out the experimental features which may or may not be observed in the public (final) build.
2. Google Play Music
It’s obviously the most downloaded music player for Android. However, it doesn’t come with a complete set of features, which are normally available on other music player applications. But, the stability, material design and being free of cost makes it special to most of the Android users. After all, it has been developed by our dearest developers at Google.
3. Poweramp (Trial)
This is a great choice for users who want a stunning UI along with the ability to play major audio formats. The UI is undoubtedly great! It also comes with a complete set of features (equalizer, skin, themes and lots more). This music player comes with a variety customization settings. Although, you get to try this app for 15 days of trial period. So, to continue using all the features present in the app you would have to buy the Poweramp unlocker. (nearly $1)
4. Stellio Music Player
It’s an intuitive music player for Android. This is also a trial version (10-days). However, it includes great management options within the settings menu. And, it’s a small sized music player worth trying out! It also supports some great themes that would suit any individuals need. Maybe, you’ll buy one for regular use. I use it as an alternative to Google Play Music.
5. BlackPlayer Music Player
It’s simple, elegant and an ad-free music player. Although the name suggests “black” in color, but the theme, colors, and fonts can be customized. It also includes a sleep timer, which would pause the music playlist at a given point of time (initially set by the user). However, it supports a limited number of audio formats.
Let us know in the comments below if we missed your favorite music player for Android. We’ll add it to our list!