5 Best Offline Players for iPhone


If you have ever had the idea that it would be nice to transfer music to your iPhone from a computer or download from other sources. Then, to do this, you will need an offline player to listen to the music non-stop, create playlists, and so on. So let’s dive into the 5 best offline players for iPhone.

Flacbox: Hi-Res audio player

“Flac” in the name should not scare you – the utility recognizes different formats, even if it’s an antediluvian MP3. You can sync music from streaming service accounts or read music from iPhone storage. The application will not leave you without music even in the car, because it supports CarPlay and AirPlay.

You can even connect One Drive or Dropbox cloud storage, from where music is automatically synchronized! In addition, there is a sleep timer, shuffle , search and background mode. If you want to adjust the equalizer, please be kind enough to pay. The rest of the application can be used for free and troubles do not know.

jetAudio-HD music player

jetAudio offers even more useful features in the paid version

One of the most beautiful players for iPhone! It has a not very large font and only two colors – green and gray, so the interface does not hurt the eyes. The player has a concise full-screen playback page, so if the track has a cover, it will turn out very beautiful. Can you imagine how cool it will look on the iPad?

The application works with FLAC, OGG, MP3, WAV and other formats and is free to use. They say there are advertisements, but I never noticed them there. The equalizer, color schemes and other features can be unlocked with the purchase of the paid version, but the player works fine anyway: just transfer the tracks to the iPhone from the “Downloads” folder to the “jetAudio” folder and away we go!

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Listen: Gesture Music Player

Management is done with gestures that are easy to remember

A player with one of the highest ratings in the App Store: either users do not favor them, or developers are lazy, but Listen: Gesture Music Player has a lot to learn. The convenience of the player is that it does not have the traditional navigation buttons, rewind and other gizmos that we are used to – the control is due to swipes in the right directions from the middle of the screen.

Yes, it’s a little strange, but you get used to it quickly: the main thing is not to skip the description when you first start the program. After memorizing the gestures, ordinary players seem to be some kind of wildness. The application is free, but, unfortunately, requires a subscription to Apple Music, from where the music is synchronized.

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FLAC Player+

An application for real music lovers and fans of real (in every sense) sound. FLAC Player+ plays music exactly as it really is. And all this for free! Supports AAC, MP3 and other formats, and also allows you to bookmark tracks to start listening from the right place. There is an equalizer, user-friendly interface and simple navigation.

At first glance, the appearance does resemble Apple Music, which is nice, so it’s very easy to figure it out. You just need to specify the path to the file location or synchronize tracks from the cloud. The free version has ads and the app only works in English. But it’s definitely worth a try!

FLAC Player+

Cloud Music – offline music

Cloud Player has ads, but they don’t interfere with playback

An app I recently discovered: Cloud Music is a simple app with a familiar interface. There are no extra buttons in it, but there are a lot of ways to add tracks: these are popular cloud storages, and adding music from iPhone memory, and iTunes File Sharing, and even Wi-Fi – all methods are available on the “Import” start page. Thanks to them, you can add downloaded music to your library, as well as download it directly from your computer without a wired connection.

There is a simple equalizer, which is enough for good sound, sound effects and other nice little things. The main advantage is that there are no in-app purchases! Although, there are small banners at the bottom of the screen, but they disappear when the Internet is turned off. Cloud Music works perfectly on any model, does not greatly affect battery consumption: I installed it on the 1st generation iPhone SE – the flight is normal.

With the help of these applications, you can easily organize your offline media library, which will definitely not go anywhere, the tracks will not be lost, and you will always be able to listen to music for free and without the Internet.

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