FiiO Music - For Audiophiles 4+

HiFi Lossless Music Player


Designed for iPhone

    • 2.5 • 79 Ratings
    • Free

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1. Supports raw DSD output. Enjoy native DSD on your iPhone!
2. Supports playing Hi-Res music up to 384kHz/24bit and direct Hi-Res output.
3. Full audio format support - can play almost all the main-stream audio formats.
4. Supports CUE sheet splitting.
5. Supports album art display and lyrics.
6. Supports last-position memory function.
7. Supports playing all songs, playing by album (sorted by track no.), artist, genre, folder, custom playlist, etc.

If you have any questions of using this app or any suggestions, feel free to contact us using the below methods:

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What’s New

Version 1.4.9

1. Fix the problem that the CUE file cannot be expanded normally.
2. Fix UI problems caused by black and white theme switching.
3. Fix the problem that some tracks failed to play.

Ratings and Reviews

2.5 out of 5
79 Ratings

79 Ratings

Sexy Dr. Zaius ,

Using with Q5 mark ii

I’m using this with a Q5 mark II and Bluetooth headphones. When ever I open the button in the middle, the app crashes. Additionally, the files in the folders section are not listed alphabetically. All my files are numbered by track number first, and when I open them from the folders section they are all mixed up. After spending over 300 bucks on the amp, I was hoping the software would have been better. Quite disappointing.

FlashSLightning ,

Uhm... Hello?

I honestly wish I could give this... Thing zero stars because to give it even just one star means it did something. I guess I could give it one star because it downloaded, opened, and let me press about half the buttons that were in the app while the other half did seemingly nothing at all. It wanted permission to access my iTunes so it could “retrieve my music” so I thought yeah sure why not? I mean I didn't expect a dac app to have it's own music sourcing magical powers. Big easy obvious button that told me it would scan for songs on my iTunes to put in the a- thing.. Can't call it an app it's not an app. Anyway pressed the scan button and as soon as I let my finger off it it said in big beautiful letters “complete.” right above it it said “0 songs”. Now granted I would be worried about it snorfing up all my precious iTunes and iCloud data but I don't believe it's capable of doing even that. No, I don't believe this app is capable of doing anything at all. I'm so glad it has a car mode feature and the wonderful dark mode I've come to know and love (aside from whenever I have to use snap chat) but if a DAC app cannot even scan music to play, or play the one song that it keeps telling me at the bottom of the screen it has on it... What a wonderfully complex-looking paperweight. I just really hope my appless DAC I have coming actually does something so that way I never have to try and rely on something this abysmally useless ever again.

KHGrimm ,

Absolute crap

First, the “scan” or read of iTunes is the worst representation of what has been painstakingly cleaned up tags of my music - under albums I get hundreds of individual songs - due to Album Artist vs. Artist no doubt. If you are reading iTunes then represent EXACTLY as iTunes. iTunes uses Album Artist to group the albums, NOT by Artist (that’s at the track level). Second, I do not believe you get hi definition playback UNLESS you use the FiiOMusic software. iTunes is programmed to use internal Apple hardware DAC/ADC. I asked this series of related questions before purchase and never got a valid answer, nor does your site explain either way what is necessary for HD playback (software reqs). The KA-3 should be a completely hardware solution and software should not be required to accomplish the task of conversion/decoding - unless, as stated earlier, you device needs your software, regardless of the misinformation presented. With iTunes playing to the KA-3 on my iPhone X max with iOS 14.x +, a HD (24 bit, 192k, lossless Apple) only shows playing low def (blue light). Update 1: the unit does amplify sound output from any playback software.

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