10 Must-Have iPhone Apps to Elevate Your Apple Music Experience

Are you tired of just using the standard Apple Music app on your iPhone or iPad? There are many third-party apps now available that integrate with Apple Music to enhance your music listening experience. These apps offer unique features and ways to explore and rediscover your music library.

One such app is SongCapsule, which uses algorithms to generate smart playlists and Magic DJs, containing a mix of songs from your favorite artists and genres. They even have a playlist for forgotten songs, so you can rediscover old favorites. You can get SongCapsule for $4.99 on the App Store.

If you’re a fan of music quizzes, SongCapsule Quiz is a game that lets you guess the name of the song that’s playing. The app integrates with Apple’s Game Center and is available for $4.99 on the App Store, requiring a valid Apple Music subscription.

Marvis is a great alternative to the official Apple Music app, allowing you to explore your music library by albums, playlists, genres, and more. This app costs $9.99 on the App Store.

Soor is another alternative to the official Apple Music app with a highly customizable interface and the ability to create Genius-like playlists. Soor is available for $6.99 on the App Store.

MusicHarbor is built for users who want to follow their favorite artists to track their latest and upcoming albums and songs. You can try MusicHarbor for free on the App Store, but some features require in-app purchases to be unlocked.

Longplay is focused on exploring entire albums and playlists that you have, allowing you to rediscover your music library. Longplay is available for $6.00 on the App Store.

Concertino is a third-party client for Apple Music that makes it easier to find classic songs on Apple’s music streaming service. The app is available for free on the iOS App Store.

With these apps, you can replace the official Music app or rediscover songs you don’t even remember right now. Although these apps work best with an Apple Music subscription, they also work with songs purchased from the iTunes Store or synchronized from a computer to the Music app. So if you’re looking to enhance your Apple Music experience, consider trying out some of these third-party apps available on the App Store.