Soor ‪▹‬ 12+

A Beautiful Music Player

Tanmay Sonawane

Designed for iPad

    • 4.3 • 404 Ratings
    • $6.99



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Soor is a beautiful, premium music player for your iPhone & iPad.


- First feature rich 3rd party Apple Music app.
- Apple curated content personalised to your listening taste.
- Play, search, like, share and add songs from across the entire Apple Music catalogue.
- Intuitive, fully gesture driven user interface.
- Light, Dark and Black themes.
- Musixmatch integration.
- auto-scrobbling.
- Widgets.
- Magic Mix.
- Release Alerts.
- iPad support including split-screen and slide-over.
- CarPlay support.

- Music app is required to use Soor.
- App only works with Apple Music or songs you uploaded to No other music service is supported.

In case you're wondering what Soor means, pronounced Sur (Soar), it's Hindi for melody/note.

For F.A.Q. and limitations visit:

If you have any doubts please email:

*Soor is a 3rd party Music player. Apple, the Apple logo, Apple Music, iPhone are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries and regions.

Album artworks used in screenshots above are not actual artwork image for the albums due to licensing concerns. Actual artworks in app will be shown correctly.

What’s New

Version 3.0.1

- Fixed crash on startup for devices running iOS 15 and below.
- Fixed incorrect view state when switching quickly in release alerts view.

v3.0 launched with:

Live Activities & Dynamic Island Support - Now Playing Insights

Get insights about the currently playing song — right on the lock screen.
Only works with player type set to the default `System` from Soor > Settings > Player > Player Type.

Soor is being developed by just a 1 person team, a 5 star review goes a long way in supporting indie developers. If you like the app please consider leaving a nice review. If you have issues or requests please contact

Ratings and Reviews

4.3 out of 5
404 Ratings

404 Ratings

make app better pls ,

Only a few minor problems (and one bug)

ok so bug first, the recently played section on the widget keeps changing to release alerts and showing nothing of value. that’s bad.

otherwise, however, the only problems are that the favorites widget on the light theme is hideous to look at (it’s a gross off-white color with next to no transparency to offset any of that blandness) and the text that says “favorites” or “recently played” is massive and bold and dark compared to all other fonts on my phone. also the app icon doesn’t change even though i’ve changed it in settings and removed and re-added it to my home screen. finally, clicking on “recently played” on the widget (when it is working anyway) only opens the app to the home screen with a “recently played not found” message at the top. this is extra weird because on the home screen there is the recently played section and it opens fine each time.

but beyond these annoyances it’s much better than apple music, you can still add to playlists, even if you can’t edit them. also clicking on playlists with downloaded files that aren’t on apple music in them actually opens the full playlist, not the sanitized apple music online version

Blade) ,

Yes.... but also no, for the moment at least

honestly don't believe the app is with the five dollar price at the current state of it, at least at the time of writing this. the app is well at doing some basic functions, like if you wanna just listen through an album, it'll absolutely get the job done. the library transfer from Apple music to the app is smooth and effortless. the app also improves upon some things from basic apple music, such as noticing when you try to add a song to a playlist that already exists within the playlist, which personally I found to be really nice. however, the app also lacks to do a lot of basic things at the moment. attempting to shuffle, whether from the get-go by clicking the shuffle icon of the whole album/playlist/whatever, or from trying to shuffle from the player after a song is already playing. you can't remove songs from the queue which is stupid- unless you can add I apparently can't find it, in which case is also stupid because it should be an easily found feature. aside from all that, you can't interact with the -small but very much still existent- social part of apple music, which might just be because this is a third party app in itself and can't do that cause of legalities and whatnot, but I figure that's a worthwhile heads up. honestly I got the whole app to bed able to do the dark mode feature, which is absolutely dope. I can tell that this app has a lot of potential but first the moment it's not with the price in my opinion.

Techie tucker ,

Good looking but lacking

I really love having a player that uses Apple Music that has a dark mode but for $10, I was expecting something with a little more polish and reliability. I have bought other apps from this maker so I know he has the ability but this app was obviously rushed. I've had multiple instances of the app pausing songs repeatedly. This is often followed by a full crash of the app. Rebooting the app does not fix it but hard rebooting the phone seems to for a while. Playing songs randomly from the all songs tab does not work like every other music player I've ever used. It makes a short playlist of a selection of songs that eventually start repeating instead of just playing all of the songs at random. If you want to start your list from a specific song and hit the shuffle button in the player screen after starting that song, it only shuffles songs that begin with the same letter. Its frustrating because the app is truly beautiful but when a player is missing such basic functionality, is obviously only skin deep. He does seem to update his other apps pretty regularly so I'm hoping to see and update that addresses these issues but the last update for this app was ten days ago and didn't really seem to do anything. At the price, this is definitely in the premium range. It should be better.

App Privacy

The developer, Tanmay Sonawane, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

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  • Family Sharing

    Up to six family members can use this app with Family Sharing enabled.

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