Best of Music Android Apps

Discover and download great Music apps for Android.

March 1st, 2018


A portable animation and sound kit

With the touch of a finger create melodies charged with moving shapes. While easy to pick up there is a wide range of possibilities. Switch between multiple color palettes and matching soundscapes on the fly. Patatap invites creators of all ages to engage the mind and senses in a different type of creation process.

Kill Screen
I'm a shit musician. As a guitarist I was the type of guy that played an E-minor and then a B-minor and then stared at the audience expectantly. They were unimpressed.
The means? Your keyboard, of course, which Paratap turns into an eclectic musical instrument, something between sampler and synth. Tap any letter A to Z and you'll be met with a wide range of sounds - a drum break, a heavenly synth pad, an explosive Rorschach pitter-patter.
You might have played Patatap last week as it made its way around email, Facebook, Twitter, and other avenues. If you haven't, you probably should. People like this "portable animation and sound kit" that lets you "create melodies charged with moving shapes" on a touchscreen web browser (phone or tablet) or on a computer.

Tunein Radio

Listen to any radio station from anywhere, anywhere

Jon Vanhala- crossfade partners
i tell Alexa to play a podcast, and turn off all screens for the wind down
Les Hall- General Factotum, Blaylock Manor.
Can listen to my beloved BBC R4 in the car, at home anywhere. Sorry NPR but you're not quite as good...
Adam Blacker- Brand Ambassador, Apptopia
I used TuneIn daily on my commute to listen to NPR and my local sports radio station.
9 Alternatives to Tunein Radio


Lossless music streaming service, backed by Jay Z

Sebastian Alberione
I use Tidal to discover new music and rediscover older albums. Sound quality is great and it comes with an offline mode. Love it.
Mathew Pregasen- CEO, Parsegon
Yup, once I did a side by side, unsubscribed from Spotify immediately for Tidal
Michael Rapadas
Lossless music streaming. And yes, the difference is definitely noticeable. Enjoy!
2 Alternatives to TIDAL

Noon Pacific 2.0

The week’s best music handpicked & delivered to your devices

Kesava Mandiga- Curious cat. Writer. Explorer.
A curated list that handpicks the 10 best new songs every Monday at noon. Available on web, iOS, Android and Apple TV. I use their Android app the discovery process is seamless! Really good tracks too!
Wojtek Witkowski
I've been following Noon Pacific since the beginning and they handpick some great music. There's also a Slack community where people can send their own submissions.
Chris Messina- Go ahead, AMA 👉🏻
I really love these guys' music picks but never think to use the app!
12 Alternatives to Noon Pacific 2.0

ReverbNation Discover

Stream hand-picked, ad free music from emerging artists.

Alex Jae Mitchell- – find VIPs in your signups
This app pulls from the best of ReverbNation's millions of artists. It's meticulously curated by a group of music experts and influencers, and it results in some really solid music in there that won't be in any other app.
3 Alternatives to ReverbNation Discover

Simply Piano

Fast and fun way to learn piano

Simply piano is a fast and fun way to learn piano. Using our acoustic engine, the app listens to how you play, giving you real-time feedback

Answer (1 of 2): The answer to this question is largely dependent on your goals. Before I answer, I will preface this by saying that I am an employee of JoyTunes, the creator of Simply Piano. If you have a goal of being a professional piano player, I will be the first to tell you that relying so...
Tech in Asia
Nope, all of us can't be the next Beethoven. But we don't have to set that lofty a goal to learn to play the piano. It's great for playing in an amateur band, or even shredding tunes in a bar. And if you feel you can't afford those expensive piano lessons, don't fret.
17 Alternatives to Simply Piano


Make music while you write

The act of writing has always been an art. Now, it can also be an act of music. Each letter you type corresponds to a specific musical note putting a new spin on your composition. Personalize your writing by choosing between six unique moods. When you're finished writing share it with a click of a button!

Last year, we covered Jono Brandel and Lullatone's addictive site Patatap, which turns keyboard strokes into sounds and animations. Now they're are back at it with Typatone, an app that turns text into a lovely little xylophone melody. Like Patatap, Typatone puts a note to every keystroke, and typing out a message composes a song.
Typatone is digital typewriter that automatically composes songs out of your writing and available for iOS, Android and the Web.
Some thoughts on releasing projects on the internet.
4 Alternatives to Typatone
Discover your next favorite thing

Product Hunt surfaces the best new products, every day. It's a place for product-loving enthusiasts to share and geek out about the latest mobile apps, websites, hardware projects, and tech creations.