Amplifind is one of those magical apps you find once in a blue-moon that are so darn good you’d expect them to come with iOS.
Using Amplifind you can import music into libraries from local iTunes libraries, downloaded music, SoundCloud, GrooveShark, and Spotify-member accounts. From there those songs can also be put into playlists.
3G or WiFi is required for remote songs to play from music sites, but man is it cool to build your libraries like this. Being able to play your favorite songs for free from SoundCloud or GrooveShark without buying them is really great. Not to mention how much more convenient it is to play songs directly as you want to play them, without needing to purchase them through iTunes first. Using Amplifind you may never even need to buy another song again.
This app also has a music visualizer which you can use. There’s also a powerful sound engine which equalizes various parts of your songs’ songs as desired.
Everything from the features and user interface are amazing in this app. There is simply nothing about it that needs improvement or fixes.
In my opinion, Amplifind is the best music library manager. The $2.99 it costs is nothing compared to the amount of time and money it can save you in music costs and searching. It would be great if there was a “Lite” version for people to try out for free before buying the $2.99 version. But really, there’s nothing to doubt about this app. There’s a reason it’s rated 5 out of 5 stars by all of its users.