Top 5 Best Android Music Manager

Top 5 Best Android Music Manager

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By Adam Cash | Apr 20,2018 15:10 pm

With the overwhelming amount of music all up for grabs, a music organizer is now necessary to maintain the order and have a systematic way of file storing. You want to have all your music in one device like a smartphone, so you can listen to music anywhere you are. Luckily for Android users, there are several Android music manager applications that can help you sort your way through the chaos of file transfer.

Here are the top five music manager for Android:

1. DoubleTwist

DoubleTwist application is available for download for both Windows and Mac computers. In order for you to maximize its beauty, you must have the app on your computer and download it on your mobile device. It is not actually necessary, as music syncing can still be done over wireless network, but having both apps on both of your devices can give you more confidence that you have control over your music.

To do this, you just have to open the app on your computer and import your playlists. Pair your selected device, select the items you want to sync, and then you can start importing.


2. iSkysoft Phone Transfer

iSkysoft Phone Transfer for Mac ( or iSkysoft Phone Transfer for Windows ) is an application perfect for those who are hesitant to buy a new phone in the fear of having their files go to waste because they have to start over again for the brand new phone. Nobody has to worry about that anymore because iSkysoft Phone Transfer gives android users the helping hand in this kind of tech predicament.

Just connect your mobile device to a computer or laptop, and wait for it to recognize. Choose which phone will be the source and which one will be the destination phone. Click the boxes you want to transfer, and then click sync. You're done!

Key Features:

  • 100% safe backup your phone to Mac.
  • Restore your phone data in 1 click.
  • Erase Your Phone Data Permanently.
  • Support for 3,500+ Phones and Different Networks.

3. Winamp

Winamp is one of the most popular music managers because of its easy and user-friendly interface and a range of other services. With Winamp, you can play, manage, and sync your media files. It is basically a hub for music management solution. Other services include free wireless syncing, free music, and access to over 50,000 internet radio stations.

Once the app is downloaded and is now running, add your music files or media files to winapp. Then sync media over the wifi network and enable it for pairing.


4. iSyncr

Who says android and iTunes don't mix? If you have an android device, but it is having a separation anxiety to iTunes' sophisticated features, then your prayers are answered. If you have a Windows pc with iTunes app, you can sync your music to your music through iSyncr.

iSyncr allows you to have the comfort of retaining your iTunes files and sync with it with an android phone without the worries of having to buy an apple device just to make it work.


5. AirMore

Airmore is another application that makes it possible for you to transfer music between your PC and mobile device. No need for cables; this is a slick wireless only syncing process. Airmore can be your best choice. It runs on tiny memory and allows you to manage your phone on any computer browser, and again I say, no cables, no tangles.


Our need to be connected is manifested in all the little things. We stay connected with our loved ones through instant messaging apps, or simply by sending text messages or calling each other. We stay in touch with our old friends and colleagues through social media. We store our most prized photographs and memorabilia online for safekeeping. We sync our music so we can have it whether at our desktop or at our mobile devices. We try to connect with the ones we value, all the time. Music is something valuable to everyone, and it is your right to have it kept secured.

Get your music always on your pocket when it’s go time for some tunes. Manage your music the way you want it. The advantage of being on Android is: if one app doesn’t seem to make the cut for you, you can always change to another. Happy listening!


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