CyanogenMod Music Player ‘Apollo’ now available on Google Play Store

by Mayur on November 19, 2012

in Android

Apollo, the amazing and CyanogenMod’s official music app has arrived on the Play Store. Apollo is a powerful, beautiful, full-featured, and customizable music application now specifically available for all Android devices, both as a free and a paid version as well. Apollo+, the paid version removes ads and offers quicker updates for just $0.99. All Android users must definitely give a try to this great app! The developer promises to introduce tablet specific features, layouts and many other features in future updates.




  • Pin album, artist, genre, and playlist shortcuts to your Home screen
  • Customizable themes and layouts
  • Lyric support
  • Mark songs as favorites
  • Notification playback controls (Honeycomb+)
  • Text and voice search
  • Swipe between screens
  • Automatic album and artist image fetching
  • Headset controls
  • Set songs as ringtones
  • Lockscreen widgets (Jellybean 4.2+)
  • Share currently playing music on Twitter, Facebook, and others
  • 4 widgets
  • Gapless playback
  • Plays most music formats (MP3, AAC, FLAC, etc.)
  • Drag & drop playlists and queue
  • Lockscreen controls (Ice Cream Sandwich+)
  • Local music management (edit, delete, etc.)

Download at Google Play – Apollo (Free)  |  Apollo+ ($0.99)

Update – App removed from Google Play. Grab from XDA-Developers Forum

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Sanam Patel December 3, 2012 at 9:01 pm

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