Doppi 4+

a simple music player

Radu Dutzan

    • 4.2 • 12 Ratings
    • $0.99
    • Offers In-App Purchases

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Music files aren't dead. Whether you've built up your collection for decades or just got sent an album full of b-sides of your favorite artist, you need a place to carry your own music.

Let Doppi be that place. Doppi (pronounced doh-pie) raises the bar in iOS app design in an essentially simple music player, built just for your local music files.

Enjoy your music with:

• A beautifully simple interface
• Fluid gesture-based navigation
• Always-reachable search and playback controls

Supports MP3, M4A, FLAC, and more. Browse and play music:

• Received via AirDrop
• Copied from the Files app
• Shared from other apps (selecting "Copy to Doppi")
• Added to the Doppi folder in Files or via iTunes File Sharing
• Synced from iTunes
• Downloaded from Cloud Music Library

Doppi does not support Apple Music offline downloads outside of Cloud Music Library.

With Doppi:

Big, Beautiful Artwork
Your music's artwork takes center stage on the Now Playing screen and throughout your library.

Make It Your Own
Choose from 6 highlight colors and 32 beautiful icons, switch between 4 light and dark themes, rearrange your library tabs, and more—all from Preferences.

Search From Anywhere
Pull down from anywhere in your library to invoke Search. Hit Return to instantly trigger the top result.

Play and Add Quickly
Play an album or artist right from the library using their embedded Play buttons, and add songs to Up Next using the Add (+) buttons.

Mark Your Likes
Tap the heart on the player (or choose Like from a menu) to Like tracks. Liked music appears in the Liked Songs playlist, Liked Albums on Search, and is more likely to play in Shuffle All.

Make Playlists
Create all-new playlists, duplicate them, or copy them from Apple Music. Tap and hold on anything to add those songs to a list.

Add Lyrics
Search for lyrics on the web right from the app and add them to your songs. Enjoy them on Doppi's beautiful player interface.

Manage Your Music
Everything in your library has useful actions — just tap and hold to reveal a menu. For example, if you're not feeling some of your music, you can exclude it from Shuffle All, hide it from your library, or delete it (if it's from imported files).

Less, But Better
Every screen in Doppi has been carefully designed with clean typography, pleasing contrast, and elegant motion. Enjoy your music without unnecessary distractions.

Easily Readable
Doppi fully supports Dynamic Type and includes high contrast themes, so your eyes won't get in the way of your ears.

Continue Album
Ever shuffled your music, found a song you loved, and wished you could keep playing the album without stopping the song? Doppi can make it happen — just navigate to the album and press Play.

Give your music the lovely home it deserves.

Doppi does not include any music. It was designed to play the music files that you own and that you transfer manually to your device. It does not support music from any streaming service.

What’s New

Version 4.3.12

Doppi 4.3.12 fixes issues related to playback and playlist reliability.

Doppi is in maintenance mode. To learn more, visit the About panel.

Ratings and Reviews

4.2 out of 5
12 Ratings

12 Ratings

Khasha100 ,

Missing Two features

I’d like to see two things added to make it more useful at least more me. First adding a timer option and second a way to move songs in the playlists, I don’t see a way to do it without making a new list.

Jason Zimmerly ,

No Landscape. Cover Art Wonky.

This is a pleasantly designed app with a good UI flow. Big problems include: 1) No landscape orientation. 2) With two track album files with embedded cover art and image file in same folder, there’s no consistency with when and in which list view they appear, even after refreashing folder population and deleting and re-adding. (These two reasons are why I requested refund) 3) If you put album folders in Artist folders in the Files app no files will show in app. So, no sub folder organization allowed? 4) None of my files have Album Artist in the ID3 tags but the app auto adds them. This makes info redundant and frustrating.

Minor dislikes: 1) Paid icon selection have cookie cutter versions and rather unimaginative. 2) Color theme selection options are limited and basic chalky primary colors. Would be much more appealing if free options were rich and paid option was a color picker on a spectrum.

I would probably give the app another shot if the first 2 or 3 problems above were addressed. This app has promise but current issues are disappointing and a deal breaker.

5284973 ,

Works exactly as advertised!

Only app I’ve found that is able to play files from the Files app. Well, okay, not the only one, but the other one is ridden with ads and feels like it hasn’t been updated since 2010, so this is the clear winner. If you want to play music files that you legitimately downloaded on the Internet without needing to sync from a PC, this app is a winner.

App Privacy

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

Data Not Collected

The developer does not collect any data from this app.

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

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