Most of the time, we are disgusted with the default music player that comes with our phones. I know I like to play with my phone until I get the best settings for my phone and so any music player that does not allow me to customise the way I want to select my music and how I want them to sound is not worth it – at least to me. The music players on this list allow you to tweak its equalizer to your satisfaction or give you accurately tuned presets and they will undoubtedly make you fall in love with your favorite songs all over again.
Neutron is a professional music player with a high quality 32/64-bit audio rendering engine which provides the best possible sound quality on an Android device. Neutron features a new UI with advanced controls for music playback along with a high-quality implementation of Parametric EQ, Surround, Crossfeed and other digital sound effects. It can play music from almost any source including network devices with SMB/CIFS or UPnP/DLNA support.
Neutron is probably the best on this list cos of the number of options it gives you to play with. Its like Viper on with a music player.
Neutron is developed for audiophiles and those who really in love with music. Consider using Hi-Fi/Hi-End audio hardware for best results.
2. Rocket Player :
Rocket Player is a powerful player that literally lets you organize and browse your media library anyhow you want which makes it easier to find the songs you are looking for. Update and correct mislabeled tracks thanks to a powerful built-in tag editor.
Rocket Music Player packs some solid features, even in its free tier. The app features a clean and bright design that never gets in the way of doing its job: Playing good music. Basic player functionality, a built-in equalizer, library search and management tools, podcast support, as well as home and lock screen widgets are among the free features. A paid upgrade unlocks support for more file formats, a 10-band equalizer, album art downloads and more.
Playerpro is the most intuitive music player app for the average user. It pulls all of your content on your phone and immediately categorizes it so you don’t have to worry about a thing. The app also offers support for videos, beating out some of the other high-profile music player apps on the market. And installing the separate DSP pack gives a noticeable impact on audio quality.
So, Poweramp is a music player app and a damn fine one at that. Enough? Of course not. It’s a music player that offers so much more than most of the manufacturers own, stock music apps that ship with phones. Top of the list is that you get an equalizer and support for just about every audio format you could want, including FLAC.
Poweramp also has a pretty nifty customization thing going on with themes support which can be downloaded from play store. its UI may look a bit cluttered at first but when you get used to it you never want to use your stock music player again.
n7player is just here for its looks. It does have a decent 10-band equalizer, environmental effects, bass boost and surround sound virtualization. And the UI which lets you search through and navigate your music collection in an innovative way. The player presents your content as a zoomed out wall of tag clouds, representing artists or genres, with tag size reflecting how often you play that content. Gesture navigation then lets you zoom in on a tag to view a wall of album covers, giving the music player a nice spatial element. Besides the unique UI, n7player is also a decent audio player