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Sony Ericsson Xperia Play Music is a pure mp3 player, though you can use the app to add and browse music from various streaming services you may have. As is the case with other apps, you can transfer files to and from your iPhone or iPad. There's a decent selection of music here, and the app is relatively easy to use.
Yahoo! Music is a good app if you're looking for a player that supports all the major music services. It also offers a Web radio service that requires no registration, though it's not the best. On top of that, there's an iTunes-like store that lets you buy albums or songs outright. If you're looking to try Yahoo!'s cloud storage, however, you should explore that separately.
Skip to the music: You can cast your browser through Cast Music, and you can manually search for and play tracks without any issue. You can also download them to your iPhone directly, and they're properly tagged with metadata. It's a simple app, but there's only so much there. You can add to that by downloading music from the web directly on your iPhone.
Spotify is the cream of the crop in terms of music apps that offer offline music, free of ads. A premium service is available if you'd rather keep your Pandora stations or Rdio playlists offline, though the ad-free Spotify is free.
Pandora is a free, ad-supported app that lets you create a personalized radio station with your favorite music. You can pick from an extensive pre-built catalog or start your own station. There's even an editor for tweaking those stations. The app is also accessible to mobile web users.
The Switch to Android music player has plenty of features to get you into a large music library, but if you're looking for a less complicated music player, the music streaming apps I've listed above should get you started.
The Switch to Android music player is a full-featured music player for Android, offering access to your extensive music library. It's designed for those who are a little more picky in how they select music, and those who like to listen to music they choose themselves. It's also a much more capable music player than most other apps available, with the ability to add custom skins, automatically organize your library by album, genre, artist, and playlist, and even search for music by song.
You can import your own music from local folders, iTunes, Amazon, Google Play Music, Spotify, Last.fm, and more. Once you import your music into the Switch, you can search through it, add playlists, and even create custom playlists of your own music.
Spotify has a similar approach, but it also has a commitment to DRM-free music, so you don't have to worry about relying on a third-party app to see what new music is available. However, some videos, such as those from YouTube and Vevo, will not be available.
With an app costing an average of $4.99, there's no reason to use a free music player. In the past, we've recommended the AudiPlayer app, but it was Riser Music Player before that. If you want to download all of F-Droid's music apps, you can do it here . 827ec27edc