Apple transformed the music industry with the iPod. The iPhone compellingly runs the same blood in its veins. A live example of that is that much focus is targeted on enhancing audio among the company’s product lineup. That said, if Apple’s dedication for audio soars high, who exists to stop developers from interestingly creating breakthrough music apps? Although most music apps in the App Store are mobile versions of popular streaming platforms, other apps offering unique ways to interact with music are getting increasingly dominant. Having said that, these are the best music apps you can get!
Nothing is better than listening to music from the revolutionary itself. Apple Music is a rapidly growing music platform with more and more music being embedded each day. The best part is its solid integration with Apple products and subsequent control offered specifically to them.
Shazam allows you to recognize a song that’s playing around you. After its acquisition by Apple, Shazam is now deeply integrated within Siri– Apple’s virtual assistant. So if you can’t recognize a song playing at a party, just say, “Hey, Siri! What’s that song?”
Made by Apple, GarageBand is a mini version of the original track mixer. It has an array of tools that allow you to create tracks, mix tracks, edit audio files, make new music, and even create custom ringtones. Only pro users, however, may be capable of using this app right off the bat.
Phones are of no use if they can’t entertain us. Even Neanderthals did one thing or another to entertain themselves. They didn’t have modern world iPhone apps though. Take a look!
Millions of videos posted everyday by people that you can watch and follow. Modern day controversies emerge from YouTube courtesy of Logan Paul and a bunch of other “YouTubers.” An absolutely must-have app for your iPhone.
IMDB helps you find any information you need about any movie out there; even short films. It also provides a rating system for movies that has pretty much become the industry standard today. All this in the form of an app makes it super-portable for a movie buff to stay connected and informed.
A growing trend among teens, TikTok allows you to create videos backed by music that is offered by the app itself. It’s a mashup of the once-popular app Dubsmash with a its take on video. The app is content-heavy and works entirely on an internet connection.
Crunchyroll is an app for iPhones that allows you to watch mostly any Anime you have ever heard of. Not only you can do that, but the app helps you conveniently watch Anime with its midnight mode, and some features designed specifically to improve the viewing experience.
If you are an avid Podcast listener, Overcast is the best choice for you. Mainly due to its magical feature that removes any white noise and blank spaces in a podcast. Moreover, its simple design makes it dead simple to browse a certain podcast. No wonder it has been the best choice for people for years.