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TOP 5 Offline Music Apps for iPhone in 2020 [Free]
TOP 5 Offline Music Apps for iPhone in 2020 [Free]


Introduction:


What’s up, guys? Welcome back to techwic.com. In today's post, I'm gonna be sharing with you the top 5 offline music apps for iPhone. A lot of these apps are gonna be completely free and you will be able to download any song to your device and be able to listen to them offline. So, let’s get in the list of top 5 offline music apps for iPhone.

Audiomack


The number one app that we have in our music app list is called Audiomack. Audiomack is my personal favorite. This is the app that I use on a day-to-day basis, to listen to music in the offline mode. So, that is how the app looks like. You guys can search it up in the App Store.

When it is in the offline mode, it says that you're not connected to the Internet. You can go ahead and go to the offline mode and that's how the user interface looks, right now. I am in completely offline mode, I don't have Wi-Fi, I don't have mobile data, none of that and I can listen to any song that I've already downloaded.

Downloading

In order to download, you have to turn on the Wi-Fi and exit out and come back again and right here, as you can see, that's how the app looks like when you're connected to the internet and hear all these songs that are trending, you can pretty much download this by a click of a button. It says, Successfully downloaded and you can even search up any song that you want.

Features

After downloading, it will all appear in your offline section, you will be able to listen to them in the offline mode. You can also create your custom playlist by going in the playlist tab and then you can save it within that playlist. So, you don't have all your songs cluttered in one place.

I think that I really love about it is its simplicity. How easy it is to search up any song and be able to download them and listen in the offline mode. So, definitely give it a try and let me know what you think in the comments down below.

MeloDista

Number 2, we have on our list is called MeloDista and this app is slightly different from all the other apps that I'm about to show you in this post. The reason being is that, in this app, you can literally import any song that you have downloaded anywhere in your drive. So, you guys can look it up Mellowdista in the App Store.

The user interface looks very minimal, which is why I really love this app. There's nothing extra, only 3 pages.

import songs

In order to import any song you want, you're going to go ahead and click the cloud-like icon and you have multiple different options. You can import songs directly from your Files app, Dropbox, Google Drive, even your Camera roll. Also, you guys can import any song from your Voice memos or any other audio recorder that you might have used.

Features

You guys can create your own playlist. I can even go in offline mode and listen to the songs that I have already downloaded. I can even lock my device and it keeps playing, super-easy.

The thing I really like about this is that minimalistic interface, super-easy, there's no extra thing, it's easy to navigate through the app. So, definitely give it a try and let me know in the comments down below.

iMusia

Number 3 in our music app list is called iMusia. You can go ahead and search it up in the App Store. So, let's go ahead and enter this app. So, that's how the user interface looks like. In my opinion, the first impressions, it looks a little bit outdated. It's not as modern as the 2 other ones.

Features

If you go to Settings, you can change the background to dark mode so that it's easier for your eyes to see and that's how the app looks like. Also, you guys can go to the Explore page to search for any songs that you want. You guys can create your own playlist.
Sync playlists
A really cool feature that I like is that you can literally sync any of your playlists with any other device that you might have. let's say, you bought a new phone and you want to be able to move your songs from this phone to your brand-new phone. You guys can sync to your new device and you'll be able to get all your playlists in one place.
Sleep timer
Also, there's another feature that is called Sleep timer. Some people listen to music while they're going to sleep, maybe calming music or whatever case that might be. So, you can set a timer for like 10 minutes or 15 minutes and as soon as that 10 minutes runs out, your phone is going to get locked out and the music stops playing, automatically. So, that is another cool feature that it has.

Downloading

The only downside of this is that you have to be in an online mode in order to listen to these songs, you can download any of this music to your device to be able to listen to in the offline mode.

esound

The fourth app that we have in our music app list is called eSound. You guys can download this from the App Store by searching up the name. That is how the app looks like, very minimal and very well organized, in my opinion. But the only thing that I can see right off the bat is that it looks kind of like a Spotify knockoff.

Features

You guys can listen to songs by clicking on these playlists and playing them. You can lock your device and it still keeps playing. You guys can save this entire playlist to your saved songs list. In order to search for any songs, you can go to the search icon and search up any song that you want and listen to these songs just by clicking on it.

The only downside of this app is that you can't play any music in your offline mode. In order to get the offline version, you have to go to your account and upgrade to the premium, which I don't really recommend because you have other options out there. So, if you guys want to use this app and be able to download any of the songs to your device, to listen in the offline mode, you do have to get the premium version.

In the free version, you can only listen to songs while you have the internet connection but that is pretty much it for this app. It looks like the Spotify knockoff but it is what it is. Definitely give it a try and let me know what you think.

Trebel

Last but not least. The number 5 on our list is called Trebel. Search it up in the App Store, you will be able to find it easily. This is how the homepage looks like in this app. There are too many ads that are the only downside to this app. But other than that, it gets the job done. You can search for any song that you want.

Downloading

If you guys want to download the song, you can download it but you're gonna get an Ad. Let the Ad play in the background while the music is being downloaded. After playing Ad, just close it and once you have done that, let me show you how the offline mode works.

Features

If I go ahead and turn off my Wi-Fi and everything else is off, I can go back to the app and then go to My downloads and I can listen to the song that I just downloaded. Go ahead and play it. You can skip through it, you can lock the device and it will still keep playing. Even though I am in offline mode.
Identify music
TOP 5 Offline Music Apps for iPhone in 2020 [Free]
Also, another feature that I really like on this app is that, if you go to the menu and go to search, you get a pop-up. If you click on it, this is just like Shazam, you can pretty much identify any of the songs that are playing in your surroundings.

If you don't know the song that is playing and if you want to find out, what song it is. You can easily do so by clicking this icon, which I thought was a really good addition from trouble. So, none of the less, guys. That is how the app looks like.

Conclusion:

So, these are the top 5 offline music apps for iPhone. You can go ahead and try all of these apps and let me know in the comments down below. So, that is pretty much it for this post. Hope you guys enjoy this post, if you did please share this post with your friends.

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