What are the best music apps without wifi?

asked by Esteve Castells
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    GarageBand is a music making software and app for Mac and iOS respectively. It offers a sound library with software instruments, presets for guitar and voice, and virtual session drummers. Users can access piano and guitar lessons.


    Mac, iOS


    Bruce Allen
    Written on November 19, 2017
    "Garage band is a amazing tool for to use for recording and making music that is not connected to wifi. You can easily record whatever instruments your using and upload them straight into it. You can then edit and modify them however you like by using the editing tools in the app. Best of all you dont need wifi to use the app. This is seriously one of the best music apps to create music. "
  2. 11



    Kauldron is an easy-to-use music app for creating aggressive synth sounds full of rich analog textures. Create preset after usable preset with one touch.




    George Young
    Written on November 20, 2017
    "This search is rather broad, so this app might fit within the search somewhat. This is less a pure music app though, and more about music creation tools. This could be what some are looking for, but is likely not going to fit the needs of most people with this search."
  3. 10



    Soundcloud is a platform where artists can post their latest music, and people can follow musicians and receive alerts when they upload new tracks. When you like a song you can check out similar tracks using the Related Tracks function.


    Web, Android, iOS


    Jane Reynolds
    Written on April 4, 2018
    "You will need to make a playlist and download the songs you want ahead of time. This is a really good app to listen to music with. so many artist to pick from no matter what your music taste is. It is nice to listen to different songs without worrying about using wifi or data."
  1. 8



    Cubase is a software that turns your computer into a complete production system for recording, editing and mixing audio and MIDI tracks. Choose between Cubase Elements, Cubase Artist, and Cubase Pro depending on your music creation needs.


    Windows, Mac

    $559.99- Varies by plan

    Nancy Warren
    Written on April 4, 2018
    "One of the best software of its kind on the market. I am able to do all of my music with it."
  2. 7

    #5Dr. Drum

    Dr. Drum
    Dr. Drum is a digital beat making software with a series of video tutorials to help you get started. It's great if you're a beginner or if you want to make beats in a fast and easy way.

    Windows, Mac


    Ishan Pillai
    Written on June 14, 2018
    "This program is fairly amateurish. The sales pitch is really annoying. It shows that they don't have much of a product when they have to hype it with gimmickry."
  3. 6



    Spotify is a music streaming platform that features plenty of functions to help users discover new music. It comes with curated and shared playlists, suggested radio stations, and related artists - all based on your likes and listens.


    Web, Android, iOS

    Free- Varies by plan

    David Huerta
    Written on November 9, 2017
    "This is a fantastic way to listen to music, even when you don't have access to wifi. There's an endless amount of music to choose from, and great options for creating playlists or albums to listen to, online or off. This has become the only music source I bother with, regardless of where I am. I've got a few tiny gripes about the interface, but nothing to ruin the otherwise awesome musical experience."
  4. 5

    #7AmpliTube for iPad

    AmpliTube for iPad

    AmpliTube is an essential music app that lets you use your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch to process, play and record your guitar, bass or other instruments while on the go.



    $19.99- with in-app purchases

    Gregory Graham
    Written on November 21, 2017
    "AmpliTube for iPad is not so much as a music app like Pandora or Ghanna but an app to amplify instruments. It is a pricey app at $9.99. Functionally iTunes and Amplitude work together so you can set up your amp and then switch to iTunes to play songs"
  5. 4



    Vectorscope is an indispensable app for music producers, mixers, engineering students or recording artists, and is the perfect tool to analyze your stereo material. It's Audiobus compatible and accepts audio from an external. 




    Arthur Davidson
    Written on November 30, 2017
    "For music without wifi I downloaded Vectorscope. It's not really for listening to music per se, but more for analyzing the wave form and mixes of songs. For niche players, it might be passable. For general consumers, it isn't great."


Best What are the best music apps without wifi
1GarageBandSoftware 20 Free
2KauldronApps 11 Paid
3SoundCloudApps 10 Free
4CubaseSoftware 8 Paid
5Dr. DrumSoftware 7 Paid
6SpotifyApps 6 Free
7AmpliTube for iPadApps 5 Paid
8VectorscopeApps 4 Free

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