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MixZing is an advanced music player for the Android platform. It also has limited support to play video files.

MixZing in action MixZing in action

There is also a paid version which removes the advertisements.


  • Streamline and clean user interface
  • Mood Player automatically fills your queue with recommended songs
  • Passive or active feedback improves your recommendations and automatically builds playlists
  • Surprise factor sets the degree of variability of recommended songs
  • Displays lyrics for millions of songs
  • Identifies your untagged songs through audio fingerprinting technology
  • Automatically downloads missing album art which is displayed in great detail
  • Home-screen widgets with album art
  • Recommends new music to discover
  • Artist biographies and photos
  • Playlists which are automatically saved
  • Batch playlist editing
  • Folder browser lets you access your media collection by storage folders
  • Tag editor for most file types
  • Lock-screen widget
  • Graphic Equalizer:
    • Apply equalizer setting to all songs, the current album or a specific song
    • Equalizer support for MP3, AAC/M4A and OGG files
    • 3, 5 or 10 bands
    • Range
  • Tag editing support for AAC/M4A, OGG, WMA, FLAC, 3G2, ASF, WAV and APE files
  • Add/remove multiple songs to/from playlist
  • Share current song via Twitter, Facebook, etc
  • Use Bluetooth and wired headset controls
  • Scrobble to
  • Set the music folder
  • Genre and video browsing
  • Video bookmarks
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Free (Ad-supported)
SocialMuse, Inc
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AndroidTapp, Androinica, AndroidSPIN

MixZing is an extremely capable music player offering so many useful enhancements that genuinely enhance the listening experience when compared to the stock audio player. We are particularly enamored by its song recommendation system, its integration with Wikipedia, Google YouTube, and its retrieval of song lyrics. However, MixZing's video support is very basic, so look elsewhere if you are seeking a combined audio and video player.


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