Wave Music Player Android Review
By Brihanna Watson On 25 Oct, 2016 At 05:00 AM | Categorized As Android, Featured, Reviews | With 1 Comment

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One of the best things to ever be combined is the mobile phone and music player. The ability to take your music on the go anywhere without lugging around your entire library was a true revolution. Now with music players and streaming services everywhere, music is more prevalent on the mobile device more than ever. Here to manage your music catalogue and more is Wave Music Player, by Varun Kumar. Here is some of the app’s description:

Wave Music Player is a futuristic Music Player packed with powerful features and a beautiful modern UI. 

With Wave Music Player you can tag your music with any keyword of your choice and later search tracks based on that tag. Wave Music Player also has a smart playlist feature that lets you search music by more than one criteria.wave-music-player-image-2

Key Features:

★ Enhanced folder view of all music files
★ Customized meta tagging to tag your music as you wish and later search it on that basis
★ Built in 5 band equalizer with bass boost and 10 amazing presets
★ Smart Playlist- Search for music by more than one criteria
★ Edit metadata of tracks, albums,artists, genres
★ Edit album arts with the images of your choice
★ Sleep Timer
★ Widget Support
★ Extra track info such as Bitrate and File format
★ Four beautiful themes- Default red theme, Dark night theme, Green Forest theme and Cool Blue theme
★ View your recently added, recently played and most played tracks
★ Swipe to change songs on play screen
★ Search music by track name, album name and artist name
★ Lock screen controls with full screen album art
★ Support for standard local music file formats such as mp3, wav, flac, ogg
★ Flat minimalistic design
★ Browse and play music by songs, albums, artists, playlists, genres and folders
★ Sort your songs by track name, artist name, album name, duration and date added
★ Elegant and beautiful user interface

Launching the Wave Music Player, it will seem empty. Give the app a few moments though, and the app automatically scans your device and adds any audio files. You see them first in the Recently Added section of the player. Sort your music however you wish including track listing, album, artist, genre, etc. Long press any item in any tab to see an options menu where you can create playlists, add tracks to the queue, delete, add tags and more. Wave Music Player supports multiple music file formats so compatibility isn’t an issue. Even enhance your audio with the 5 band equalizer with bass boost and several presets to make any track sound great.

The list of features this app has, go on and on. Anything you could want in a music player app is available in the Wave Music Player so you can customize to your heart’s content. The feature that really stood out for me with this app is the tagging ability. Simply tag any song or album with any word you choose and then search for it later based on that tag. This is really great for organizing in categories or even tagging for multiple people and users. The added Smart Playlist also enables you to search through your music by multiple categories, including tags. The app is ad-supported but an in-app purchase of $1.99 will remove the ads if you wish.

Wave Music Player is a stunning app sure to keep any Android device full of musical ability. It is available now for free on the Google Play store.

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Brihanna Watson

About - Brihanna has been a tech fanatic and computer nerd nearly all her life. When she isn’t chasing around kids or glued to her iPhone, she is updating app junkies like herself on where to find the latest go-to apps. Brihanna is the creator of the App Junkie column at The Smartphone App Review. You can also follow her on Twitter & Tumblr @brihannajoi

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  1. Deb Helms says:

    Will it pull your music from itunes and keep them in this app?

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