eMusic

eMusic


Plays, discovers, and downloads music-wherever your day takes you.

The eMusic Android App is two music experiences in one app. And you don't even have to be an eMusic subscription member to use it. It's a convenient way for you to manage, play, and dig deeper into any music you keep on your Android device. The eMusic Android App also helps you discover new music based on your unique tastes - which will lead you to the music you'll love.

Not an eMusic subscription member? Here's what you get:
- NEW: Purchase and download music as you go at regular prices
- Listen to any MP3 files stored on your Android device through the music player
- Get song recommendations based on your listening habits
- Create playlists tailored to your every mood
- Browse an artist's dossier (discographies, biographies, photos, features, and related artists) while you listen to music
- Access eMusic's unique charts
- Search eMusic's catalog and listen to track samples

If you are an eMusic subscription member, you can also:
- Purchase and download music for 25-50% off regular prices
- Listen to eMusic Radio (available to U.S. members only)
- Use our Save for Later function to bookmark music you'd like to purchase
- Access account details

The app is optimized for Android v2.3.3 or newer, with 1GHz and 576MB RAM.

Recent changes:
>> NEW in 1.5.1
-Improved crash handling

New in 1.5
-Improved search functionality now includes album and track results.

Note: We will be ending support of search in versions prior to 1.5 in the near future. Please update now to ensure uninterrupted functionality.
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About eMusic
Plays, discovers, and downloads music-wherever your day takes you.

The eMusic Android App is two music experiences in one app. And you don't even have to be an eMusic subscription member to use it. It's a convenient way for you to manage, play, and dig deeper into any music you keep on your Android device. The eMusic Android App also helps you discover new music based on your unique tastes - which will lead you to the music you'll love.

Not an eMusic subscription member? Here's what you get:
- NEW: Purchase and download music as you go at regular prices
- Listen to any MP3 files stored on your Android device through the music player
- Get song recommendations based on your listening habits
- Create playlists tailored to your every mood
- Browse an artist's dossier (discographies, biographies, photos, features, and related artists) while you listen to music
- Access eMusic's unique charts
- Search eMusic's catalog and listen to track samples

If you are an eMusic subscription member, you can also:
- Purchase and download music for 25-50% off regular prices
- Listen to eMusic Radio (available to U.S. members only)
- Use our Save for Later function to bookmark music you'd like to purchase
- Access account details

The app is optimized for Android v2.3.3 or newer, with 1GHz and 576MB RAM.

Recent changes:
>> NEW in 1.5.1
-Improved crash handling

New in 1.5
-Improved search functionality now includes album and track results.

Note: We will be ending support of search in versions prior to 1.5 in the near future. Please update now to ensure uninterrupted functionality.

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A Google User
May 21, 2015
Horrible Didn't even work do not download it
A Google User
May 20, 2015
Emusic Doom for Failure They can't keep up. The iTunes, Spotify and Amazon's are running them down to the ground. Should of stuck to the whole indie niche.
A Google User
May 19, 2015
Has desperately need an update for almost a year. The app has issues consistently downloading songs. They often get stuck in a queued state. Sometimes you can get them to download, sometimes you have to use the desktop Web interface to download. Of course, if they stay queued for three days and you don't notice, you have to rebuy. It's been like this since version 1.5 was released and hasn't ever been addressed. There are other issues, but delivering the music that is paid for should be the app's top priority. My advice: stick with the Web interface.
A Google User
May 17, 2015
Eh I couldn't find the right song it was all yoga not the original song
A Google User
May 16, 2015
Boring They don't have any songs that I like foreal y'all need to step up
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