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What are the best offline music apps for android?

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    Emma Mitchell
    Written on January 10, 2018
    "Love this app! Not just for rap, but for everything. Making playlists is easy, and the search interface is good. I prefer it to iTunes. Of course it is much better if you have Music unlimited rather than just the free stuff on Prime, but at 8 bucks a month, this is still the best imo."
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      Raymond Keller
      Written on January 13, 2017
      "PlayerPro has a vast amount of resources and features that put other similar programs to shame. This is one of the better music player programs I've used for android. The price point is amazing for the features you get and I can't recommend it enough."
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      Louis Lopez
      Written on January 13, 2017
      "I've been tired of carrying around my MP3 player along with my phone, but now with Poweramp, that's completely changed. I have now fused my phone and music device in one for an offline experience. It's now much easier without all the hassle of two devices."
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      Melissa Patel
      Written on September 7, 2017
      "Rocket Player is a great offline music app. The personalization options are amazing and you can even download lyrics to your songs! Compared to other music apps, Rocket Player definitely has the most features and really lets the user get the most out of their experience"

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    As of January 2018, Spotify has 159 million active users and 71 million paying subscribers worldwide. In a survey conducted by Statista, 21 percent of the US population are current members of Spotify. Spotify Technology is a Swedish company founded by Martin Lorenzton and Daniel EK. They launched their music, podcast, and video streaming service on October 7, 2008. Spotify is a freemium service which is a strategy that offers free initial service but charges money for premium or extra features. It is currently available in Europe, America, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa and some parts of Asia. With Spotify people can browse music and create playlists or search for songs, artists, or album. Spotify now has more than 35 million songs. Spotify together with the Competitors of this leading music streaming site is dubbed as the big four in the industry. The closest competitor and second most used music streaming site internationally is Apple Music. As of April 2018, Apple Music has 40 million paying subscribers worldwide. Pandora has over 5.48 million subscribers while Tidal as of March 2018 has 4.2 million subscribers. You can always go ahead and try them all to see what best fits your standard in terms of audio quality, availability of songs, price and other things to consider.

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      Vincent Fisher
      Written on April 22, 2017
      "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."
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      James Harper
      Written on February 4, 2017
      "The free edition leaves a lot to be desired and is inundated with ads."
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      Keith Howard
      Written on February 17, 2017
      "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."
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      Ronald Fernandez
      Written on March 29, 2017
      "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."
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      Brian Salazar
      Written on April 9, 2017
      "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."
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      Patricia Bradley
      Written on September 7, 2017
      "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."
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      Jordan Simpson
      Written on January 23, 2017
      "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."
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      Jesús Gallegos
      Written on January 20, 2017
      "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."
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      Arjun Yadav
      Written on April 28, 2017
      "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."
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      Shreyas Chavan
      Written on May 11, 2017
      "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."
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      Debra Diaz
      Written on January 18, 2017
      "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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      KV
      Kathleen Vasquez
      Written on December 19, 2017
      "I absolutely love the music app Kauldron. However, it doesn't appear to be available for Android devices....only Apple. I am very sad."

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    Summary

    Best offline music apps for android
    Rank Solutions Type Votes Price
    1 PlayerPro Music Player Apps 171 Paid
    2 Poweramp Apps 146 Paid
    3 Rocket Player: Music Player Apps 130 Free
    4 BlackPlayer Music Player Apps 120 Free
    5 Pi Music Player Apps 104 Free
    6 VLC media player Software 91 Free
    7 Phonograph Music Player Apps 79 Free
    8 Music Player Apps 70 Free
    9 Audio Player Apps 58 Free
    10 MP3 Player Apps 49 Free
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