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Get Your World Rockin’ with the Best Music Apps for Android!

September 8, 2013GUEST BLOGGER1 Comment

There is no doubt at all. Android has its platform running on literally hundreds of devices, so applications should be given much importance since – as we all can see – they are the lifeblood of the blank canvases that smartphone manufacturers make. That is why, the Android store, Google Play, is having been “exhausted” to extract all the amazing apps the users will need or prefer to have. After all, it’s their preference if they would like to install apps that are indeed helpful or just something to suck the boredom out of their day.

Through these apps, we can make our Android phones into magical machines in which we can turn them into game consoles, business machines, musical instruments, and music/video players even. Not to mention, Android phones work great as music players – rendering people drawn to Android devices.

Best Music Apps for Android!

1: Tiny Shark

Tiny-Shark Music App

Tiny? Hmm, if it’s just a tiny shark, would it still have a mighty bite? Set aside your skepticism. Why don’t you put your finger close to it then tap it? Don’t judge it by its name (or the first word) because it is one of the most popular Grooveshark applications for Android! With this music app, users can search all their favorite music, create a playlist, and discover popular songs even. On a lighter note, you have to be connected to the internet so as to make this app functional.

Download: http://getandroidstuff.com/tinyshark-android-downlaod-app-stream-music/ (Link Broken, A Google Search will help)

2: SoundHound

Do you want to have more than just a music player? Then you’ve got to hound this music app! SoundHound does not just let you hear all your favorite songs and the popular ones; what it does is more than just a music player. It saves you from all the troubles of opening up a browser, as this app maximizes its functionality to provide dates of artist’s tours, lyrics of songs, and down to the list of YouTube videos! You need not look elsewhere since this app has all the information for every song you could find.

SoundHound Music App: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.melodis.midomiMusicIdentifier.freemium&hl=en

3: Poweramp Music Player

If you want to have an optimum digital listening with an interface that resembles to a desktop computer beefed with great features, Poweramp knows exactly what you need. This music app has also theme support so you could change it depending on your liking. And what’s even greater about this app is that it can support nearly any format of music file. What does it offer more? It has a 10-band graphic equalizer, separate bass and treble adjustment; replay gain correction, and basic mixing tools. Loaded with features, you can have a free trial for 15 days. If you’ve been satisfied with its performance, you can get the full version for a reasonable price of $3.99.

Poweramp Music Player: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.maxmpz.audioplayer

Make use of your mobile earphones and start rockin’ as you choose one among these awesome music apps to optimize your digital listening.

About the Author: Armon Gatus (@gatusarmon) is an Internet marketer and tech blogger. He is currently working at Ecell Global Philippines – a trusted source for cell phone accessories.

This article has one Comment
  1. Andy
    December 8, 2013

    This app is not as established as Tiny Shark, but it gives you access to way more content. It’s called RADIO900 play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.fame900.radio900

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