Top 5 music apps for your iPhone

Top 5 music apps for your iPhone

Apple iPhone is a great tool for playing music. Apple has been busy improving music-listening experience in recent years. At this year’s Worldwide Developers Conference, Apple officially announced its first smart speaker, called HomePod with a huge focus on music quality.

The HomePod will not be available for sale starting in December, meaning that we have got five months until the launch day. Fortunately, there are tons of third-party apps out there that help you upgrade your music experience on your iPhone.

In this post, we have compiled a list of five best music apps for your iPhone. Before we dive in, make sure that you now have a modern version of iOS on your device. In reality, the below-mentioned apps may work on older iOS versions, but we recommend you update your device to iOS 10 or newer to get better support and new features.

Five best music apps for your iPhone

  1. Shazam

If you are a big fan of music, Shazam is really something you don’t want to miss at all. Shazam is one of the most popular music apps out there, with hundreds of millions of users each month. What sets Shazam apart from other competitors lies in its ability to identify songs that are playing and see what others are discovering.

Besides, Shazam allows you to add any identified song to your Apple Music playlist. You can also access video clips, song lyrics and related tracks. Noticeably, Shazam includes an option to add songs to Spotify playlists and buy them.

  1. Musixmatch Lyrics Finder

Musixmatch ranks among the best apps for discovering song lyrics on your iPhone. The app has been widely welcome by users and tech experts since the launch day, with most of them praising the app’s polished UI and its vast collection of song lyrics.

With Musixmatch, you can sync your lyrics between the app and your Apple Music account or Spotify Premium. Like Shazam, Musixmatch includes the ability to identify and get the lyrics to any song that’s playing around you. Besides, you can get your lyrics right from the Lock screen without even unlocking the phone.

  1. Genius

Genius is more than just a music app. The app helps you understand music that is playing, mainly thanks to its big music community. Besides, you can get access to behind-the-scenes secrets about your favorite tracks directly from artists and producers.

Genius allows you to watch interviews with your favorite artists about the music you love. Another really cool thing about Genius is that you can easily find lyrics for your songs and see what’s hot on Genius.

  1. SoundCloud

SoundCloud is one of the largest music and audio streaming platforms in the world. The app allows you to discover and share millions of songs from your favorite artists around the world. You can also get suggested tracks based on your listening habits and interact with your artists.

One of the best things about SoundCloud is its ability to create personalized playlists that match with your daily activities like workouts, parties, and work. Besides, you can also enjoy your music collection even when you are offline. Like Apple Music, SoundCloud offers 30-day free trial and then charges $5.99/month for the SoundCloud Go subscription.

  1. Songkick Concerts

Songkick Concerts is among the best music apps for iPhone music fans. As the name suggests, the app allows users to track their favorite artists and their tour dates. In other words, the app sends you an email when your tracked band comes to your area, and then offers an option to buy tickets. Besides, you can import your artists from your Facebook account, Apple Music, and Spotify to get concert alerts.

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These are five best music apps for your iPhone. If you have got a favorite, let us know in the comments below.

Category Apple, Apps, iOS, iPhone 7

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