I’ve mentioned it many a time on this blog. But one of the things I love about the Android operating system is the level of personalisation available to users.
By making these changes you can make small, but enjoyable changes to your interface which can immeasurably improve your experience.
After all, who doesn’t want a phone that is customised to meet their exact needs?
Changing the music player on your device is one more way in which you can personalise your phone to make it suit your needs.
It’s a pretty simple process. But rather than being stuck using the default music player you can choose a provider that suits you.
Whether it’s Spotify, Poweramp, Google Play Music or Shuttle there’s something for everyone within the vast array of options out there.
If you’re unsure which player will suit your needs best, then why not take a look at our top 3 music players for Android article?
So don’t confine yourself to the default, start mixing it up. Here’s how to change your Android Music Player:
Open Play Store -> Search Music Player -> Choose a player and install it.
It’s that simple, the hardest choice you will make is deciding which music player is right for you and while our article can help with that, there’s nothing better than trying a few for yourself.
Once you’ve selected your optimum music player you will want to set it as your default music player. To do this follow these steps:
Settings -> Application Manager -> Click on preferred music player -> Click Set Default
If this doesn’t work with your phone, you can try to use a Default App Manager to help you setup your default preferences.
The one I personally recommend is Default App Manager Lite- a free app which is available in the Play Store. Not only will the app allow you to set your default preferences it will also help your clear and reset your defaults should you want to switch back to your original settings.