Top 3 music players for Android

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If you want to find a good looking and functional music player for your Android device, take a look at these 3.

Phonograph

Phonograph is hands down one of the best music players available on Google Play. The app has a beautiful and clean design and also some really great features. Just like in most other music players, the home screen is tabbed, giving you quick access to all songs, albums, artists and playlists. Most aspects such as the colours, layouts and styles can be customised, making it easy to find the right look for you. Phonograph contains all the important features, including automatic image download and access to the equaliser. Additionally, it is easy to play music from any folder on the device with the Folders option available in the slide-out menu.

HQ Music

If you are looking for something unique, HQ music is a great option. With its attractive design and gesture-based controls, it is a quite interesting offer. The main screen shows the song title, a pause and play button and small toggles for shuffle and repeat. Swiping downwards reveals the song info and cover, while swiping up takes you to a tabbed menu of all tracks and the album or artist of the song you are listening to. HQ Music doesn’t come with a lot of features, but if you are looking for a simple music player it can be just the right app for you.

Jair Player

Jair Player is a solid app with a few great features that you don’t see in other music players. The layout is quite familiar and easy to navigate through, with three available themes and a few customisation options and an interface that matches the cover image colours. There is of course a customisable queue and a handy feature letting you download lyrics for your songs from a handful of sources.

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