Download Rocket Music Player for PC/Rocket Music Player on PC

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The default stock music player on Android certainly needs an upgrade, if you haven’t gotten one already. You’re certain to agree too, with the stock player’s lack of features and extended support to multiple plugins including Flac, wma and other lossless audio formats for those audiophiles among you. The perfect solution is already here and if you’ve been actively looking for a new music player for your Android device or even your computer, your search ends now. It’s Rocket Music Player that you’ll need and what’s more, you can also get Rocket Music Player on PC, too!

Download Rocket Music Player for PC/Rocket Music Player on PC

The audio player update you didn’t even know you needed.

While the stock player is barren and devoid of even the most fundamental of features such as forming a playlist, tag-editing and other batch operations involving multiple files of music, you needn’t take a few steps back in productivity and preference while playing music on your mobile device. Features that you’re already used to while playing Spotify or Winamp on your computer, can now be replicated on your Android device. In fact, the Rocket Music Player is such a good upgrade to your current default player that you could use Rocket Music Player for PC, by the time you’re done exploring it. With nearly 50 million downloads and counting in the Google Play Store, you may be late to the party if you’re just discovering Rocket Music Player. Like they say, better late than never!

Rocket Music Player features!

  • A 5-band equalizer. If you’re hosting a party or playing tunes for yourself, an equalizer goes a long way in customizing the tone and the vibe of the music that’s being played, with plenty of preset options available by default. Listen to your music, the way you like it.
  • Plenty of themes. With over 30 different themes and counting, Rocket Music Player on PC can be customized in its look to match the theme of your Windows desktop. Blend it in, make the Android application look like it’s an audio player for Windows! Now that’s a neat thought.
  • Sort your music. There are plenty of customization options that exists within Rocket Music Player, making it seem like a fully-fledged audio player for your computer, rather than a phone. With sorting and browsing modes by artist, album, genres, podcasts, composers, video and more, you’ll find your favorite song or hit up your favorite artist’s audio catalog in a few simple taps.
  • Edit your collection. With tag editor, you can change the ID3 tags that’s embedded in each music file, giving you complete authority and control over your music collection, a feature that you’ll scarcely see on other media players for a mobile device.
  • Batch selection mode. The all-important multiple files support feature. You can select multiple audio files or songs to put them into a playlist, make a new playlist with them or move them across folders on your hard drive.
  • An embedded video player. Those mp4 files you like so much as music videos? They can be played within Rocket Music Player for PC, giving you a new dimension to the way your media library can be accessed and played.
  • Your player, your interface. With a completely reconfigurable interface in the player, you can choose where you’d like your playlist, your controls and your equalizer can be pinned, making it your music dashboard, truly.
  • Scrobbling support. With cross-platform links established with your favorite music aggregators such as and more, everything that’s being played on your Rocket Music Player can be tagged and recorded, letting you and your followers know what you’ve been listening to.
  • Embedded lyrics! Now this can truly start a party! With embedded lyrics being written in to every audio file or piece of music as a setting, you can have a karaoke jam with the lyrics showing up on your screen while the song is being played. Sing along!

Rocket Music Player on your PC.

With a simple, easy to use emulator called Andy, you’ll be able to use Rocket Music Player or any of your favorite Android applications on your computer.

Andy is a Windows program and an Android emulator and is effortlessly easy to set up on your Windows laptop or desktop. It really is that simple!

How to Download Rocket Music Player for your PC:

Step 1: Download the android emulator software Andy and it is available for free. Click here to download: Download

Step 2: Start the installation of Andy by clicking on the installer file you downloaded.

Step 3: When the software is ready to be used, start it and complete the sign up procedure and login with Google Play account.

Step 4: Start Google play store app and use its search tool to search Rocket Music Player download.

Step 5: Find Rocket Music Player and start the installation.

Step 6: Launch the game and you can now play Rocket Music Player on pc using a mouse or your keyboard and even your touch screen, you can use the control button to emulate the pinch function to zoom in and out.

Step 7: You can also install remote control app form here for remotely accessing the game: Andy remote control app

Support: we maintain an online real-time Facebook support group if you have any issues with Andy OS to the installation process, you can use this link to access the group: support

Enjoy Playing Rocket Music Player on PC!!!

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