The Best Android Auto Music Player Just Got Better with a Welcome Update

There are lots of music players for Android and Android Auto out there, but Musicolet is one truly special app that has already won the hearts of millions of users.
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And it’s all because it comes with an impressive feature lineup that makes playing local audio files a super-straightforward process that’s exactly what so many users want, especially if they’re not interested in music streaming services like Spotify and Deezer.

The latest versions of Musicolet bring welcome improvements that further refine the experience overall, and it all starts with how the app downloads and installs on your Android device. Beginning with version 4.5, Musicolet come in a smaller package, as the developer has reduced the app size for Android 5 and newer.

This means Musicolet can now run on low-end smartphones pretty smoothly too – it’s a known thing that cheaper Android phones typically come with some 16GB of storage, out of which a substantial part is being used by the operating system.

Version 4.5 also comes with bug fixes, so if you’ve previously encountered an issue of any kind, there’s a chance it was resolved in this release.

The previous update, which brought the app to build 4.4, included more substantial improvements, like a new Edit Playlist UI, Quick Access shortcut customization, support for disc number tags, and a song checker that helps users figure out if a specific entry is added in one or more playlists.

All in all, these updates further polish the experience with this super-advanced music player for Android and Android Auto, so if Spotify isn’t necessarily your favorite cup of tea, go ahead and give it a try.

The app is completely free and comes with absolutely no ads, which is something that you really don’t find too often. It can be installed on any smartphone that runs Android 5 or a newer version of the operating system.
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About the author: Bogdan Popa
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Bogdan keeps an eye on how technology is taking over the car world. His long-term goals are buying an 18-wheeler because he needs more space for his kid’s toys, and convincing Google and Apple that Android Auto and CarPlay deserve at least as much attention as their phones.
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