What are the best offline music apps for android?

  • #4
    Written on April 22, 2017
    Geraldine Carroll
    "Having Android can quite make it difficult to listen to music . I could say that Black player is one of the best there is , the music players without buffering , you can replay it and actually get out of the app and the song still plays which it cant get better than that."
  • #5
    Written on April 4, 2017
    Chris Harrison
    "Sometimes you can't connect to the internet, so streaming apps don't always make sense. If you want something that won't force you to be tied to your data, try Pi Music Player. This app is available in a couple of different themes and it's hassle free. It has hundreds of thousands of positive reviews. You can create playlists, adjust your equalizer, and do everything else you might need. It also comes in many different languages."
  • #6
    Written on February 17, 2017
    Andrew Mccoy
    "I'm always in the market for an offline player for my Android, so I came across VLC and now I think my search will end. It's totally free, it plays almost all the types of media we can think of and no only audio, but plays video too, it has filters, equalizers and best of all, it has NO ADS! Yes, a free app with no ads, something impossible to find these days."
  • #7
    Written on March 29, 2017
    Bessie Burke
    "I enjoyed Phonographs simple yet complete user interface and the variety of music available. The app makes it easy to find the music I want to hear and being a Google product makes me feel better because I know many other people are enjoying it too."
  • #8
    Written on April 9, 2017
    Albert Potter
    "This is an offline music app for Android. It organizes all your music offline and you can customize playlists, adjust the music equalizer which is super cool, and you can shake to play the next/previous song too. It's a neat app and I find myself using it often when I don't want to use data to listen to music! Easy to find all my music and easy to use."
  • #9
    Written on September 7, 2017
    Kathy Walters
    "It's good, using it in daily basis. But it has some issues, and the one big one is if you are playing songs on it and you are getting a call I won't stop the music until you pick the call, I think call should have more priority and if get a call music should be stopped."
  • #10
    Written on January 23, 2017
    Walter Hunt
    "While the app does what is says in terms of browsing and playing songs, it is yet another redundant app. I don't see the need in this app when most device already have this built in capability to play songs without the unnecessary bloat of another app."
  • #11
    Written on January 20, 2017
    Christopher Vega
    "Spotify and Pandora are great, but It annoys me that I can't listen to them when I don't have an internet connection, such as in a plane, or when I'm out hiking in the woods. These are perfect times to listen to music, but I just don't have access on my android. Samsung music was the solution. Samsung music fully supports offline playing of music, and it's extremely user-friendly and easy to get started. The interface is as easy as spotify, and it downloads all your favorite songs to your phone. Now I can listen anywhere, it's great."
  • #12
    Written on April 28, 2017
    Benny Garza
    "I was looking for a better way to organize and listen to my music on my android phone. I decided to check out Default Music player from the Google Play store. It was a quick download, and is pretty straightforward to use. No bells and whistles here though - just the basics."
  • #13
    Written on May 11, 2017
    Dick Wallace
    "Music Groove has a wide variety of artists to choose from and it allows you to easily download music for offline use. It's interface is easier to use than others that I have seen. It also has older music that is not always included in other apps."
  • #14
    Written on January 18, 2017
    Sara Hill
    "I have mixed feelings about using Amazon Music as my offline music app. Don't get me wrong, this is a worthy solution to my problem, but I think that there are other offline music apps out there that are better. Amazon Music doesn't always have the newest songs out there, but it does have the best playlists around. The app is functional and easy to use, I just feel like I could get more "bang for my buck" if I went with another offline music app."

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Best offline music apps for android
Rank Solutions Type Votes Price
1 PlayerPro Music Player Apps 165 Paid
2 Poweramp Apps 145 Paid
3 Rocket Player: Music Player Apps 127 Free
4 BlackPlayer Music Player Apps 118 Free
5 Pi Music Player Apps 102 Free
6 VLC media player Software 90 Free
7 Phonograph Music Player Apps 77 Free
8 Music Player Apps 68 Free
9 Audio Player Apps 57 Free
10 MP3 Player Apps 47 Free