Music is what feelings sound like, or so the saying goes. Millions of people all around the world have private music collections on their computers and phones. Millions more transitioned to music streaming. However, most people know where to go for streaming. It’s basically Tidal, Spotify, Google Play Music, Apple Music, or one of the many others. Local music is a whole different ballgame. Collections can range from small to large. There are a variety of audio codecs from lossy to lossless. It’s not a nightmare, but definitely challenging. There are a bunch of good ones for most platforms. We can help you find some of the best. Here are the best music players, period.
Music players for PC
- Click here to check out the full list of music player apps for PC! Most people just use Windows Media Player or Groove Music. They’re okay.
Music players for Mac
- Click here to check out the full list of music player apps for Mac! Most people just use iTunes, though. It’s okay.
Music players for Android
Music players for iPhone and iPad
- Click here to check out the full list of music player apps for iPhone and iPad! To be honest, the stock music player works for most people. These are apps that do what the stock player does along with a few extra perks as well.
Music players for Linux
If we missed any great music players for any platform, tell us about them in the comments for other readers! You can also click here to check out more of our app lists!