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Albums – Music Player Rediscover your music library with Albums, the ultimate way to listen to all the albums in your Apple Music® collection. Say goodbye to cluttered playlists and hello to a sleek, seamless album listening experience.

We're passionate about music and believe that albums should be celebrated. That's why we've created the simplest, quickest, and most intuitive way to find and play your favorite albums. With just a few taps, add your favorites for easy access and double tap an album to play it.

Buy it now to lock in the current price of $4.99! (Less than half the cost of a digital album? We're practically giving it away!)

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Not doing it for you?

Totally get it! How you like to browse and listen to your music library is a pretty unique thing. I built Albums primarily for myself, and I use it every day. However, over the years I've run into a few other apps that have different takes on this concept. Definitely give them a look if you're in the market!

The first is Longplay by Adrian Schönig ($3.99), which has a unique interface and cool wacky ways to sort your library. It's colorful and it's a fun look at your collection.

The other one I've seen is the similarly named Albums by Adam Linder (free with an $18.99/year subscription). Admittedly this app doesn't really do it for me, but it's packed with functionality.

Another music app that doesn't focus on albums, but does offer a bunch of customizability and functionality is Marvis by Aditya Rajveer ($8.99 with in-app purchases).

If looking for manual control over the order of your albums, Songpocket by Linus is definitely worth a look.

Is there another indie app I'm missing in this section? Let me know! I don't believe in a one-size-fits-all solution, so I'm more than happy to give album lovers as many choices as possible so they can find what works for them.

One more thing...

This page would not be complete without acknowledging the wonderful Albums app that Louie Mantia and Caleb Thorson released in 2014. I loved using it while it was available and missed it once it was pulled from the store.

I like to think that this app is the spiritual successor to "Albums feat. Louie Mantia Radio Edit".