Splyce is a new music player for Android with a party DJ twist

Splyce is a new music player for Android with a party DJ twist
Splyce is the latest music player for Android that makes it easier to be your own personal DJ at parties you throw. It can automatically mix songs loaded in your playlist with some serious beats. All you have to do is select your favs, order them with the help of visual style clues and BPMs from the app, and be on your merry way with your own DJ playlist to scratch on all night long.

There are several mixing modes and transitions between songs, plus synchronized light effects. Upon playlist creation you can swipe right to arrange the tune automatically, or you can hold it and order manually. The interface and performance optimizations still leave a lot to be desired considering how smooth this player runs on iOS, but the devs are promising they will be hard at work ironing bugs and adding features to the new Splyce edition for Android.

Developer: InQBarna Kenkyuu JoDownload: Android
Category: Music&AudioPrice: Free, with in-app purchases



1. joevsyou

Posts: 1093; Member since: Feb 28, 2015

yay more music apps... These DJ app's will only ever be great when they can start to read your mind and play the music to your mood

2. techloverNYC

Posts: 601; Member since: Nov 20, 2012

Music player for andriod in general is a**, no matter what music app you use,it doesn't change that fact. From my first andriod phone back in 2012 to right now 2015, the music player never changed or improved. The music shuffle feature is broken on the Android (do a quick google search,its a common issue.) I tried over 20+ music apps in the google play store and shuffle feature for all of them is the same. It appears to an Andriod system thing. I know some ppl hate Apple but Apple's music player and its shuffle feature is miles ahead of andriod.

3. Awalker

Posts: 1986; Member since: Aug 15, 2013

I have no clue what you're talking about. The shuffle feature is fine on Play Music.

4. Skizzo

Posts: 403; Member since: Jul 14, 2013

What?? Seriously, what? I have had Apple products, and still use an iPod occasionally because of its size, but as primarily an Android user, I have never noticed, heard, or seen any issue with the shuffle feature, or any other feature for that matter. I too have tried MANY different players on my various phones over the years, and while some PLAYERS were not as good, or feature rich as others, there are plenty of good ones with absolutely no issues, and miles more user friendly that the iOS solution. Currently using (and always coming back to) PowerAmp.

5. buccob

Posts: 2980; Member since: Jun 19, 2012

I also have no clue what you are talking about... The best music player I've used is Walkman now called "Music" and is specially better in its Beta form. I've previously used Samsung's player, old Moto Blur player, MixZing, TuneIn, PowerAMP, CUBE (3), etc... Every player has his own attributes but for my taste and usage, Walkman is the best... (though still lack some features). PowerAMP is definitely the best you can download... but I tend to stick to the apps that come built-in if they are good enough

6. FrenchGuy

Posts: 134; Member since: Dec 12, 2014

Take your pills sir !

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