Musens 4+

Feature packed music player

Alec Attie

Designed for iPad

    • 3.2 • 10 Ratings
    • $3.99



Musens is a music player built with beautiful animations and stunning design to make the best music player experience ever.

- Stunning UI/UX design.
- Dynamic moving backgrounds on the main player that adapt to currently playing song's artwork
- Create a party and invite anyone so they can add the songs they like to the queue through the Musens Website. Non Musens users can also add to queue.
- Migrate songs from Spotify to Apple Music
- Advanced customizability of the player
- Rotating artwork to simulate a vinyl
- Swipe to play next from anywhere in the app
- Now playing widgets with controls and recent songs
- Apple Music integration for all of your songs
- Airplay support
- Dark mode
- Beautiful animations
- Sort songs, albums and playlists by various factors
- View lyrics in real time from the app (Musixmatch app required)

and much much more..

Screenshots contain fake artworks due to copyright reasons.

Some features require an active Apple Music subscription.

For any questions and feature suggestions tweet: @alecattie, or email:

What’s New

Version 2.2.5

- Fixed an issue where the width of the search bar would expand beyond the specified with
- Other bug fixes

Ratings and Reviews

3.2 out of 5
10 Ratings

10 Ratings

New Yorker Customer ,

Calm app

Its a great app man just add more details , and make the app less laggy and i feel like it'll be worth it

Barrowclift ,

Beautiful app!

There’s a deep attention to detail throughout the app, with loads of delightful embellishments; There’s a “vinyl record” rolling out of the album art (as if it was a sleeve) on album views, a downright gorgeous Apple Music lava lamp-style visualizer in the player view (the closest I’ve found to matching Apple’s own beautiful lava lamp visualizer), and even an option to make the album art a rotating circle as if it was a picture disc while playing. It feels like a *fun* music app, like Doppi and Albums before it.

I’d love to see dedicated, in-app lyrics support added as an in-app purchase sometime down the road (not a personal fan of Musixmatch as the long-term solution), but nonetheless, this is already a fantastic addition to the music player category, and I can’t wait to see what’s coming next.

Developer Response ,

Thank you so much for your feedback. I’m glad you like it. I will see what I can do about the lyrics feature.

treevis ,

Basic. Hoped for more than baseline.

I’m trying to find something better than the hot mess that is the Music app. Read the MacStories review and thought I’d give this a try. Immediately turned off the spinning artwork - feel gimmicky.

If the player is the primary focus, how do I see what’s next? Can’t find it on the player screens.

Player screen also only has an option to Add to Library even if the song is in the Library. Would expect it to change to Remove.

The items on the home screen basically match Music’s For You screen, particularly the New Releases that show just what Music shows me (even though I know other stuff from my library is new). Nothing new discovery-wise.

I’m not looking at the player when I’m listen to music. I’m searching, or using other apps, or the phone is in the pocket or somewhere else. Building the app around something like the player makes me wonder if people are using the app this way. Seems strange to me. True, the Music app’s player is garbage - maybe that’s why I don’t use it - but this feels like baseline what Music should have, not something unique.

Developer Response ,

Hello, thank you for the feedback, this app was built with design and animations in mind to make it feel interesting and more adaptive to new UI trends, I can see what you are saying in terms of functionalities, unfortunately apple does not allow to remove a song from the library through a third party music app, that is why that option isn't there. But thank you for the feedback and that will help make the next versions better.

App Privacy

The developer, Alec Attie, 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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The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Usage Data
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  • Family Sharing

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

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