Mosaic Music Player: Play targeted songs and albums from the Internet
Most people listen to music every day, whether on the radio, on CD, MP3 or via a streaming service on the Internet. It usually doesn’t matter what is going on, the main thing is that the irrigation is right. But what if you want to listen to a particular song or album by a band without buying the music or subscribing to a streaming service?
The mosaic player bridges the gap between internet radio and streaming service. With this app you can choose your own music from the internet and put together your own playlists. Only what you like will appear on your player. The mosaic player consists of three player windows, each with its own playlists. By swiping your finger to the left or right, you can switch back and forth between the players.
After opening the Mosaic Player, an empty playlist will appear. By tapping the list (Tap here to select songs) you get a selection of different albums, artists and individual songs via the button in the top left. Click on the album to play the song. Three buttons then appear at the top of the screen.
With Select all you choose all songs. With the Cancel button you toss the songs out again and with the Playlist + button you add the music to your own playlist. However, I had to install the app on two devices in order to enjoy the Mosaic Player. On my Nexus 4, I only got a single song from Mickie Krause to face and hearing. With “She only had shoes on”, the player didn’t really convince me.
On my second test device, a Nexus 7, none of this was a problem at all. Downloaded the app, clicked on the empty playlist and wow!
A huge selection of music titles, Nirvana, Metallica and many others. I then clicked the button at the top left and was amazed at what I suddenly had to choose from. You enter a title or an artist as well as an album name and the app picks out the artists for you. With a click on the respective artist, they will be added to your playlist and can be played by you. With the mosaic player it is also possible to filter out individual songs from the albums.
There are several controls in the menu at the top of the screen. You can use this to set the bass and volume and add effects. In the settings, you specify whether you want the artist to be displayed while a song is playing, or whether the streaming should only take place via the Wi-Fi network.
The Mosaic Player has a sleep timer: So you can still listen to a little music when you fall asleep and don’t have to worry about turning off the music.
The free version includes 3 playlists and is limited to 50 songs. The app does not display any advertisements. The full version can be activated by in-app purchase for 1.62 euros.
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