Musicolet Music Player
A fully-featured offline music player with multiple queues and a tag editor
Pros & Cons:
Musicolet developed by Krosbits is a simplistic music player with powerful features for mp3 and other audio files on your Android mobile.
Its user interface is clean with minimalistic design for easy navigation. It lines up a row of access icons at the top of the screen for you to instantly get to your music files by queue, folder, album, artist, genre or playlist.
On the mainpage “Now Playing”, a tap on the default app logo or album art displays either synced or unsynced lyrics. The player also supports external .lrc files with the same filename (besides the file extension) placed in the same folder.
This decent music player supports multiple queues of songs, allowing up to 20 queues that are editable while listening to songs.
While browsing audio files in a folder, you can tap a three-dot menu on the top to rename the folder, or tap a menu next to each song to delete or move it to another folder. This makes tasks easier without using a file manager. Excluding certain folders from scanning audio files proves useful when you want to keep your collection of songs clean and tidy.
Further, tapping the Playlist icon lets you manage playlists, check out all songs, favorite songs, recently added or played songs, most played and not played songs available from your device.
Musicolet also supports equalizer, sleep timer, headset controls and sharing songs from within the app.
Best of all, the music player includes a built-in tag editor for updating meta tags, such as song title, album, artist, track, genre, year, etc., besides editing album art, synced or unsynced lyrics embedded in mp3 files.
Musicolet Music Player was reviewed by Gizmos Freeware on