If there was a way you could feel music deep down in your soul, you would. If there was a way you could make music reach beyond its full potential, you would. The thing is, we have found a way to make music amazing again and a way to help you feel the music so deeply that you feel it in your core.
You have access to this wonderful technology all from your phone, something so small that it fits in the palm of your hand. Not only is your phone small but so is the app, it won’t take up much space. The app in question is the free music player app called Music Cube.
Music Cube App Review
The Music Cube app has a simple tabbed interface with your song list showing up on the Start page. Swiping to the left gives to access to the other tabs, Albums, Playlists, Artists, Genres, and Files, which is a folder view of your music files. You can change the settings to display any of the other tabs as your Home page.
The app supports MP3, AAC, OGG, 3GP, and FLAC file formats which should be good news for users who listen to a lot of FLAC files. The equalizer is capable of identifying the system band levels automatically, but if you prefer, you can switch between the system default presets or create your own custom preset. The BassBoost and Virtualizer ensures that you hear the best quality music on your phone.
The music player has a couple of panels; the default one with the tabbed view and the full screen panel, which you can access by swiping up from the bottom of the screen. The full screen view lets you turn on Shuffle Mode, Repeat Mode, view the Queue and add songs to the playlist. There’s one other feature called Action mode, which displays all the common actions you’ll need when using a music player; like playing a song, editing tags, going to the Artist or Album view, add to queue, adding to a playlist or setting the song as a ringtone.
The Music Cube app will automatically download the album cover, official artist cover, and biography from the Last FM database while you are listening to the music. The Playlist feature is also pretty easy to use; you can add, edit and delete songs easily and you can use drag and drop to rearrange and sort the songs. The app also lets you share audio files with your family and friends using external apps like Whats App and Facebook among others.
Music Cube has a beautiful ethereal design that is easy on the eye. It probably gets its name from the cubical special effects animation you see whenever you switch screens.
The downside to the app is that you cannot download music to your phone through this app. You will need to download another app to get music or transfer the music via your computer to the phone. Now doing this isn’t that hard; it is just a little inconvenient to have to download another app to download music.
Music cube is a great app for those who would like to experience music in a different way and learn to control the way they hear the world. I recommend this app to my friends and they all recommend it to their friends as well. It is certainly right up there with this list of the best music apps for your smartphone.
If you want to change the way you feel music, I recommend that you take the app for a spin.