App Addict
May 22nd, 2024

MusicBox : Read-It-Later for Music

Universal Apps
Music Box
Music Box

We all have our ways of discovering new music, friends, blogs, magazines - but what do you do when you hear about a new tune or album, and you don't have the time to listen to it at the moment? If you get a copy of MusicBox for $2.99 from the App Store, you can add songs from Apple Music, Spotify or Tidal to your own custom curated lists.

Adding songs is as easy as using the share sheet or copying and pasting one or more URLs into the app. MusicBox is a universal app, so you can hunt for tunes on your iPhone, iPad AppleTV or Mac. Using Shazam, you can even add a song you hear playing on the radio or on someone else's device. You can add entire playlists from Apple Music and with the latest release add podcasts and radio stations.

When you add a song in MusicBox, you get access to the metadata too, including release date, genre, record label and other user configurable fields. You can play songs from within the app itself, with your music provider's app or with a third-party app like Marvis Pro.

Features include auto-tagging, smart search, home screen widgets and extensive shortcut support. There are no subscriptions or IAPs.

MusicBox is the creation of Marcos Tanaka, who also created Play, MusicHarbor and MusicSmart.

MusicBox Interface
MusicBox Interface