The 15 Best Offline Music Player Apps for Android

MakeUseOf | 10/15/2018 | Joel Lee
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Are you tired of streaming music? It feels like everyone is talking about how to stream this, how to stream that, how to stream from PC to phone, etc. Yet while streaming can be convenient, it also eats up your mobile data.

With mobile providers becoming more stingy with data plans and data caps, maybe it’s time we go back to offline music files.

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To do this, you’re going to need a good music player app—and for your convenience, we’ve done the research for you. Here are the best offline music player apps for Android, some which you may not have heard about.

Note: Many popular music streaming apps like Spotify and YouTube Music offer the ability to download music for offline playback, but we’re not going to include those here.

Glance - AIMP - Bit - Interface - Designs

At first glance, AIMP looks a bit overly simplistic. Flat interface designs are currently in, but AIMP’s approach feels a bit empty. Maybe that’s the point. This app gets straight to the point: it plays your music and doesn’t muck around with distractions.

It handles nearly all audio file types—including lossy and lossless formats—and it comes with a 29-band equalizer, which is rare to see in music players. It can also mix multi-channel files to stereo and/or mono. Overall, if you can get past the interface, it’s a solid choice that won’t let you down.

JetAudio - Versions - Version - Users - Latter

JetAudio comes in both free and premium versions, but you get so much in the free version that most users won’t even need the latter. The only downside is that the free version is supported by ads, but they aren’t intrusive, so they’re tolerable.

Here’s what you get: a 10-band equalizer with 32 presets, lossy and lossless support, effects like reverb and x-bass, playback speed control, automatic gain control, and more.

JetAudio - Plus - Equalizer - Built-in

JetAudio Plus costs $4 and comes with a 20-band equalizer, built-in...
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