Although music streaming services are the order of the day, there are still those who prefer store and enjoy your music locally. And although many think otherwise, this is a decision that carries a series of advantages: for example, unlike most services , local music does not consume data from our rate, in addition to that, the most music lovers can enjoy their favorite music in formats that do not compress the song files, which translates into a better listening experience.
Therefore, for all those who still enjoy their music , today we choose 3 of the best free music players available on Android.
Retro Music Player
I have to admit that, from the moment I installed Retro Music Player on my Android, I have not found any other player capable of replacing it. It is an application for those who want to play their music without too many complications, in a player with a fantastic customizable design, thanks to the different different themes to choose from.
According to its creators, the interface of their app they mix Material Design with the design lines of iOS apps. The result is a most attractive application, accompanied by great animations that make it one of the best apps in its category in terms of appearance.
But the interface is not the only attraction of Retro Music. The application fulfills its role as a music player perfectly, and although features such as support for FLAC files are missing, it has cool features like home screen widgets, lock screen controls, tags, song lyrics, and more.
Auracle Music Player
Just a few months ago a user of XDA-Developers decided to create his own music player for Android: Auracle Music Player. Its objective was to offer a new experience when it comes to enjoying our favorite music, thanks to a system that allows you to control at all times which song will play next.
This player, which is still in beta today, allows add songs, entire albums, or even artists to the play queue, which will be displayed on the main screen of the app in the form of As in Retro Music, the app’s interface, based on the Material Design lines, is one of its main attractions.
Among other features, we find an equalizer, support for formats such as ALAC (Apple Lossless), AAC, FLAC or OGG, widgets or integration with Google Now and Android Wear.
Many are familiar with doubleTwist, one of the most famous media players available on Android. However, not everyone knows that the same creators of this famous application launched CloudPlayer some time ago, a music player intended for those who want enjoy your music wherever it is hosted.
This app promises to become the only player that we will need on our Android smartphone or tablet, as it is possible associate it with our Dropbox, Google Drive or OneDrive account, and thus create a huge music library without even taking up space on the mobile. Besides allowing you to play music in streaming, it is also possible to download it to enjoy the songs without the need for an Internet connection.
Some of the most interesting features of this player are the Chromecast support, a 10-band equalizer, or Android Auto compatibility. In this case, although the app is free, there is a Premium mode that unlocks all the available features.