Top 10 iPhone music and audio apps

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We all know that our phones these days are more than just phones – in fact, how often do we use them to actually make phone calls? We just WhatsApp all our friends now. Phones are devices that help us in all facets of our life – especially entertainment. Here are 10 of the best apps to help with all your iPhone music and audio needs.

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Spotify is probably the most popular music streaming app on the market. It’s also possibly the biggest, with a library of more than 25 million songs. You can stream music for free, but it’s supported by advertising – so the experience is a bit like listening to a commercial radio station. To get rid of the ads, you need a Premium subscription – priced at £12.99 a month in the UK – which also gives you the ability to listen to your music offline.

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Amazon Music

Amazon’s streaming app lets you access your entire Amazon Music library from the cloud, including songs you bought on the site or the music you already have on your device.

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The popular audio content sharing platform audioBoo has been renamed and given a new look. The free app lets you record and share audio clips – up to 10 minutes for free – and you can even edit your audio in the app and embed it on Twitter.

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Voice Record Pro

Voice Record Pro is a professional voice recorder. It allows you to record voice memos and on-site sounds at unlimited length with configurable quality. Recorded voices are in standard AAC/MP4/M4A format. Voice Record Pro can record directly in MP4 (AAC), MP3 (MPEG) and WAV (PCM) formats plus convert function for all supported formats.

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GarageBand can turn your iPhone into a full-featured recording studio — so you can make music anywhere you go. Use Multi-Touch gestures to play a piano, organ, guitar and drums. They sound and play like their counterparts, but let you do things you could never do on a real instrument. Use a Touch Instrument, a built-in microphone, or a guitar and instantly record a performance with support for up to 32 tracks. Record performances from third-party music and effect apps directly into GarageBand using Inter-App Audio in iOS 8. And you can share your song using email, Facebook, YouTube, SoundCloud, or AirDrop for iOS.

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Shazam is probably the best-known app for music identification. It the iPhone’s built-in microphone to gather a brief sample of audio being played, creates an acoustic fingerprint based on the sample, and compares it against a central database for a match. If it finds a match, it sends information such as the artist, song title, and album back to you. Shazam is free to download and use, with in-app advertising, or you can upgrade to the ad-free Shazam Encore for £4.99.

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SoundCloud enables users to upload, record, promote and share their originally-created sounds. Recording and uploading sounds to SoundCloud lets users easily share them privately with friends or publicly to blogs, sites and social networks.

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Music video app Vevo lets you enjoy a range of premium and official music videos on the go. You can also watch original shows and stream live music performances. And you can make playlists of your favourite music videos, and Vevo also recommends music videos while you’re watching.

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blinkbox Music

blinkbox Music is a free, advertising supported, music streaming service, with more than 12 million tracks available for streaming in the UK and Ireland, with content from all four major record labels, and most independent labels and distributors. You can upgrade to the premium service for £1 a week to get rid of the ads and access playlists and albums.

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British Radios

British Radios includes the most popular UK radio stations all in one app. Among the choices are all the various BBC stations, Capital FM, Heart, Classic FM, Gold, TalkSPORT, Absolute Radio, Planet Rock, Kiss, Kerrang! and Heat. The only catch is that you do need an internet connection – either 3G or wi-fi.

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