1. anonymous239411's Avatar
    My friend has an app called music wizard. He can download songs and play em back for his phone. Was just curious as to what others have chosen, I'm trying to find the best one

    Thanks all
    04-01-2011 11:09 AM
  2. prjctchris's Avatar
    If you have music loaded on your phone PowerAMP has been my number one for a while. Killer feature has to be a full equalizer with a good amount of presets. You can also select what folders you want it to pull music from so notifications or ringtones aren't mistakenly picked up as music.
    04-01-2011 10:42 PM
  3. alostpacket's Avatar
    Yep, I agree PowerAmp is great, probably the most popular of the music apps.

    Some more that people seem to like:

    MixZing
    TuneWiki
    Cubed (the name just shows as a little "3" on the market)
    Rock Player (same guys as cubed i think?)
    doubleTwist


    Also feel free to try may app BlueMuze for transfering & playlists
    04-02-2011 06:28 AM
  4. cincij's Avatar
    Check out simplePLAY, a player I just released on the market.

    Unique browsing experience and "no look" playing screen, using the whole screen as a swipe reciever.



    https://market.android.com/details?i...ls.simple_play

    Before that I was using PowerAmp, but found it to be crowded and hard to browse.
    04-02-2011 06:37 AM
  5. anonymous239411's Avatar
    anything in terms of downloading actual music?
    04-04-2011 06:26 AM
  6. Chrisy's Avatar
    I buy music from Amazon.
    04-04-2011 06:44 AM
  7. prakash99's Avatar
    Try gTunes. I found non-English music too, like Bollywood. I think there is another similar app called Fildo.

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    04-04-2011 10:56 PM
  8. anonymous239411's Avatar
    I messed around with a few. Gtunes looks good but the pop-up advertisement is kinda annoying. I'm looking for something that would also allow me to see what the top 100 or top songs are. I even seen the "Music online lite" app this looks good as well. My buddy uses music wizard but I have to find out which one it is, unfortunately searching the market pulls up doubles.
    04-05-2011 05:06 AM
  9. prakash99's Avatar
    I messed around with a few. Gtunes looks good but the pop-up advertisement is kinda annoying. I'm looking for something that would also allow me to see what the top 100 or top songs are. I even seen the "Music online lite" app this looks good as well. My buddy uses music wizard but I have to find out which one it is, unfortunately searching the market pulls up doubles.
    GTunes has Top 100 in different genres and also top songs in different countries but those are not the official charts.. it's top 100 downloads on gTunes, I think.


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    04-05-2011 06:07 PM
  10. anonymous239411's Avatar
    Do you get that pop up advertisement or is there a way to stop that
    04-05-2011 07:38 PM
  11. alostpacket's Avatar
    gTunes is not strictly speaking legal, just FYI. Not making judgements just saying.
    04-06-2011 01:07 PM
  12. anonymous239411's Avatar
    gTunes is not strictly speaking legal, just FYI. Not making judgements just saying.
    What makes gTunes different from the rest, in terms of it legality?
    04-07-2011 05:13 AM
  13. alostpacket's Avatar
    What makes gTunes different from the rest, in terms of it legality?
    Depends a little what you mean by "rest"

    Whether the app itself is legal or not is debatable, but the MP3s it points you towards while pretending to be a search engine are most certainly not licensed. Basically it comes down to intent. They are offering you "free" music by hiding behind the guise of being a "search engine." They claim it's for public domain music but show album art in the screenshots of commercial music. At best the whole thing is a legal loophole for people who don't want to pay for their music. Whether you think that is right or wrong is up to you.

    I know there is also some irony to what I'm saying as my app is for sharing music too (BlueMuze). Though mine is for sending a song directly from one device to another (hence falls under fair use and/or is a a tool for personal collections).

    Anyways, all I'm saying is be careful what you download with these "free mp3 download" apps. Be sure to check the permissions too. Sometimes if it sounds too good to be true...
    04-07-2011 11:30 AM
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