Doppler is a better offline music experience for iPhone

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20 Reviews4.8/5

Been testing this for a while, and can whole-heartedly endorse it. The only way to listen to music!

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Simple, easy user interface, polished and clean app

Cons:

None

Been waiting a while for this to come out, love that there was zero time spent having to manually transport my music over from an app I hate. Downloaded and immediately ready to go.

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Clean, beautiful design, that fits the mood of whatever album you're on.

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None.

Thanks for hunting @edwellbrook I have Spotify premium so I can listen to what I want offline, why switch to Doppler? 🎧
@abadesi The first version of Doppler is designed for people who don't use streaming services, so you probably wouldn't want to switch over entirely. People who use Spotify still use Doppler for listening to music not on Spotify though! In the future I'll be adding support for importing your Spotify library, so you'll have everything in one place. Cheers! πŸ˜„
@abadesi I am also a die-hard Spotify evangelist, and premium subscriber. I made the switch after a decade on iTunes and never looked back. Issue is, I spent an entire redbull-fuelled weekend having to recreate all my playlists, and even then they were incomplete thanks to tracks I'd gotten from friends, from special downloads, or unreleased recordings. I also have a lot of friends that make music, and I can't import their files in Spotify. I've been waiting for Doppler to come out, so I can finally listen to all my OG playlists, without having to spend any time uploading or transferring, AND, most importantly (and the reason I dont use Apple Music) in an app that is simple and elegant.

Perfect for obscure David Byrne collaborations.

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Ed is a fine young man.

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I fear his new found success will drive us apart.

This is awesome

Pros:

Easy to use, fantastic for all music and amazing design.

Cons:

None!