It’s very convenient to have your music collection available on your iPhone, ready to listen to at all times. Besides the Apple iTunes app, are there other music apps for iPhones? Keep reading.
You can improve your mood, health, and well-being while listening to music. Music plays a vital role in everyone’s lives and well-being.
Here are the top 5 amazing apps for listening to music like a pro on the iPhone.
Band Of The Day
If you’ve ever needed a friend who would be willing to recommend a new band to you everyday, then the Band Of The Day can be your new best friend. Band Of The Day gives one recommendation a day. It lets you sample three to four songs from specific artists to help you decide whether you like the genre or not. Based on that, it will make a brand new recommendation everyday. You can even change the genre whenever you like as well.
This is a user-oriented music sharing app. You can create your own playlists, make your own custom mixes, download others’ playlists, and in general listen to tracks from your favorite artists whenever you want.
If you’re a concert addict, then Concert Vault will fill you to the brim with happiness. Convert Vault has over 4,500 live concert recordings and recordings from a huge 60+ year catalog. What better way to enjoy some concerts while reminiscing about nostalgic moments, eh?
Daytrotter offers over 1,000 mini concerts and lets you download songs for free. You can download from indie bands, rising talent, famous, and lesser known bands too. Enjoy streaming music over Wi-Fi, 4G LTE, and 3G/4G networks. Efficient bandwidth usage is one of its perks so you don’t have to worry about running out of mobile data or over-consuming internet bandwidths.
NPR Music is more of an all round music app with editorials, music news, recommendations, listings, and radio stations. It offers up to 75 radio stations and is an ideal app for you if you love listening to the indie rock genre. You’ll even find popular music podcasts featured in this app such as All Songs Considered, and Thistle & Shamrock.
Have you ever been listening to a song on the radio, or in a restaurant, and at a friends house, and wanted to know the name of a sound? Soundhound listens to the music and have identify it for you. Even better, it has the link the iTunes so when it identifies the song, you can buy it with a minimum of fuss. Perfect for when you’re on the go.