Doppler is a new, beautifully designed music player for iPhone. Import your music and playlists into Doppler to experience your library in a stunning new way. Doppler's design adapts itself to match your music, and offers quick access to your now playing queue. Doppler automatically imports new music when you open the app to ensure you always have your full library. Features: - Beautiful, intuitive design - Reliable offline playback - Support MP3, FLAC, AAC, WAV and many other formats - Create and edit playlists - Edit song metadata - Recently Added albums - Full library search - Import your existing albums and playlists - Edit your now playing queue as you listen - Listening through AirPods, HomePod or any bluetooth enabled speaker - Import new music automatically - Share album infomation quickly with friends - Support for Last.fm - Search and download album artwork - Import music from Safari, Dropbox, Google Drive and more ... and much more to come. --- Please note, Doppler is not able to import your songs or playlists from Apple Music.
I submitted a ticket a few months ago because Doppler wouldn’t group compilations into one album. I received a personal response from the developer letting me know he was working on the issue and just now received another personal email letting me know the issue was fixed and an update available. Wow! Amazing customer support. Highly recommend this app. So much better than Apple Music.
I really like the graphics and it does support some of the music formats. But even though it says that it supports wav format it actually doesn’t work when I import it.
Just got the app. I can’t even open it. Just crashes. 4.99 for that? Money back or reporting it!! That’s pitiful. iPhone X, running 12.1. Five stars if you can fix it, no stars, want my money back if you can’t. So disappointed
Honestly a great improvement, keep the updates coming!!
I switched from macOS to linux a few months back, and the biggest thing I missed was a way to transfer music to my phone. Sure I could boot into windows and use iTunes, but that's a massive hassle and shouldn't be my only option. Thankfully, I found Doppler! Doppler lets you plug your phone into a computer and manually transfer mp3s to the app which is absolutely essential for a linux user without access to iTunes. Not only that, but being able to download directly from cloud services and safari is incredible. The UI is clean and easy to use, no Apple Music features being forced on you, and has the welcome addition of background Last.fm scrobbling! Also, while likely not an issue for a lot of people, playing music through a lightning accessory (car stereo) doesn't disable the queue feature like iOS Music does! To top it all off, the developer is great and helped me troubleshoot and push fixes for some difficult-to-reproduce bugs I was facing earlier on in development. I highly recommend Doppler to anyone that misses iOS 6 music, or just wants a simpler alternative to the iTunes/Apple Music lock-in.
So many times I wished I had songs on my phone that I knew were on my Mac. Say, for example, you had a physical CD that you transferred into iTunes. That won’t appear anywhere else. This is the perfect app to transfer those songs, that may not be in your Amazon Music account or in Apple Music, from the Mac to the iPhone! Keep in mind that it will use storage space on the phone, but it’s more convenient than carrying your Mac around with you. 😊
Indexing is beyond poor. Honestly, that there's even a progress indicator indicates this is a failure. Why are you not pulling in the iTunes database directly? Other apps have no issues with this. As far as the rest of the experience, it's nice, but middling at this point. Can't recommend as a purchase.
How about Apple music support😀 I have maybe 30 songs out of the 3000 songs I have on Apple music
I love this app so much. I wish in the future you can make it to where you go upload your music using some sort of cloud that you upload using your phone or computer! Being able to store using your music in the cloud would be really cool!
If you've come to dislike Apple's changes to the native Music app, you may or may not enjoy Doppler's approach; its strengths being that it just shows you a list of artists in your library, playlists, and search, along with a Now Playing bar which allows for skipping tracks/pausing, it's weakness being that it omits the essentials we've come to expect from our iTunes database - Star ratings and lyrics. Saying that, being able to import from Safari with the extension is something I have wanted to see in a third-party app for a long time now, and I would love to see it extended to include archive (ZIP) support. My own personal gripe is that it lacks shuffling of one's entire library. You're expected to know exactly what you want to listen to when you open the app, which is not always the case.