Best Music Player Apps for iPhone 2019


Music is food to the soul and almost, if not everyone listens to music, so here we will be reviewing the best Music Player Apps for iPhone. Majority of people in this time and age listen to Music on their smartphones and with this comes the ultimate question of which app to use. There are so many Music player apps on the Apple store, some better than others and some are just not usable due to one issue of the order ranging from bugs to incessant ads. We’ve taken out time to pick out these music player apps we feel are the best one can use on their iPhone in this 2019.

Best Music Player Apps for iPhone

Boom: Music Player and Equaliser

Boom: Music Player and Equaliser

Boom is not only a music player which allows you to play music you have on your device, but it also allows you to streams music from online streaming services like Spotify and Tidal. You also get to enjoy things like Internet Radio, podcasts and even access to music you have stored in your Google drive and Dropbox. You can also adjust the Audio settings to your taste via Boom and with its Magical 3D surround sound effect, it definitely sounds a whole lot better. Although this device has 7-day free trial, you’ll ultimately have to pay after that which is okay given its Features.



TapTunes like the name suggests is an alternative to iTunes which takes the music player to a whole new level. With TapTunes, you can now experience a new level when it comes to music players. First, the app is extremely customisable so you can truly own the app and actually make it look and feel how you want.

You can also switch between your available audiobooks, music and podcasts depending on the one you feel like listening to. There are various options like touch, drag, drag, shake, swipe and pinch to make navigating and using the app a lot easier. Sharing is also an option as you can share the music tire listening to via email, twitter, Facebook etc. Best part? The app is only about 10MB in size so it shouldn’t take up too much space.

CS Music Player

CS Music Player

Cesium Music Player also is known as CS Music Player is a minimalistic music player for iOS devices which has an a very simple, clean and efficient user interface that lets you focus on your music. It also allow you to reorder, shuffle and play around with your queued music as you want to make the experience more personal.

On top of that, it also has customisable themes to change the whole look of the music player experience for you. One thing i like about the CS Music Player is how the User Interface is inspire by the normal iOS Music player. So if you’re looking for something as close as the stock iOS experience then look no further then CS Music Player.

Marvis Music Player

Marvis Music Player is also a good choice when it comes to iOS music player as it has what some would call a gorgeous and modern design. The User Interface looks good with transparent background and everything well sorted in its category. Marvis Music Player also allow you to edit your playback line up by adding or removing any music swiftly. You can also sort albums wither chronologically or alphabetically. Music information and playback history is provided for your the music you have which one of the Features i particularly like about this app. All in all, it’s a good music player and worth giving a try, you’ll most likely not regret it.

There are the best Music Player Apps for iPhone you can download in 2019. However, other notable mentions includes apps like Ecoute, Soundshare, Stringer and Vox. Feel free to let us know which out of this list is your favourite or, if you know of any other good Music Player for iPhone that wasn’t listed here, you can also let use know through the comment section down below so we can take a look at it and see if we can add it to the list.

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