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5 Top Android Music Manager for 2016

Your Android device is perfect for keeping your personal music collection as it is capable to deliver great audio and easy to carry! Here's a list of android music manager for transferring songs, organize playlist, uploading music and offer better music listening experience on a mobile device.

Choose A Right Android Music Manager that's Right for Yourself

1.Google Play Music

Google Play Music offers users an "online music locker", allowing you to store music online at no cost (up to 50,000 songs) and listen to it through the service's web player or mobile app. It means you can take your music collection with you on whichever Android and iOS device you own. Songs can be downloaded through the mobile app for offline playback, as well.

I like the App since it offers some pretty amazing customizations. For example, the service allows you to automatically create a playlist using a feature known as Instant Mix. Also, you'll get personalized recommendations based on what you listen to the most.

Rating: 4.5 stars

Google Play Music

2.DoubleTwist

DoubleTwist Player was featured as the #1 App in Newsweek's Top Android Apps for 2011, so there's a lot going for this music player. But the most noteworthy is the DoubleTwist desktop App - DoubleTwist Sync, is designed to take the sting out of migrating to an Android device from iOS. Besides, it sync also your iTunes music library to your Android device through WiFi or USB.

It is an all-in-one podcast, radio and music player, saving you from the trouble of keeping separate apps for syncing and listening to music and radio. That in-app purchase also unlocks Chromecast and AirPlay support and the equaliser tools to help you get the most from your music.

Rating: 4.5 stars

DoubleTwist

3.POWERAMP

If you're serious about audio quality, you should definitely give a try. It offers 10 band graphical equalizer and PREAMP control. if you moved Poweramp to sd card, you can download/install free Poweramp Widgets Pack from Google Play which enables widgets for sd card installed Poweramp. You are able to choose any number of 1st level (root) folders from SD card or internal memory and its internal folder scanner scans about 1000 songs in only one second.

POWERAMP offers free 15-day trial. No barriers, just full access for that 15-days to see whether you like it or not.

Rating: 4.5 stars

POWERAMP

4.TunesGo

TunesGo is a great application for managing music on the Android device. It takes only few clicks to sync music between Android phone and a PC or among two smartphones. The adorable feature is it enables users to backup playlists from Android to PC or iTunes, and vice versa. If you've messed up your audio tracks, the program could delete duplicate music on your device.

The drawback is that the advanced features must be bought. These bonus features will cost you an extra $59.95. The free trial version allows transferring only 10 tracks bwtween your device and PC.

Rating: 4.5 stars

tunesgo

5.Syncios Mobile Manager

Syncios Mobile Manager (Freeware) is definitely one of the more interesting and utility music manager out there for Android. It offers a list of features long enough that we could sit here talking about it all day.

The desktop app enables your transferring unlimited music, videos between PC and Android/iOS device. You can directly drag an drop certain track to an Android or backup everything by one click.

The built-in Online Audio Downlaoder supports free downlaod music from 100+ sites to an Android, and automatically converts almost any music file to a format supported by your device and iTunes. Compatibility is never an issue.

Rating: 4.5 stars

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Syncios android manager

So, that's five of what we think are the best music management tool for Android, but how do you think? Share your experience with us in the comments! We've also got our list of the 5 Top iTunes Library Managers , if you're so inclined.

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