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Marvis Music Player

By Aditya Rajveer

This app is only available on the App Store for iOS devices.


Have a Great Taste of Music as well as Design? Marvis fulfils both with a Beautifully Designed Interface, and a Smart Music Player.

"Experience your music differently with Marvis Music Player" - AppAdvice

"Marvis has a nice design and plenty of unique user interface features that are customizable so listening to music is more than just a good-looking playback experience." -

The Smart Features:
• Gorgeous Design
• Dark and Light (IAP) Theme.
• Modern Media Views.
• Beautiful Mini Player.
• Playback Queue - Play, Edit or Add Tracks.
• Quickly Access Now Playing Albums/Artist etc.
• Sort Albums under Artist/Genres etc. Chronologically or Alphabetically.
• Scrobble, Love.
• Customizable 3D Touch Quick Actions.
• iPad Slide-Over & Split-View.
• Spotlight Search on iOS 9.
• Powerful Global Search.
• Gorgeous Landscape View.
• Playback History.
• Intuitive Gestures that are Simple to use on Bigger Screens.
• Advance Music Info.
• Artist Info and Images.
• Shuffle by Albums.
• Filter Items based on rules.
• Playback Speed Control.
• Many options to customize Marvis the way you like.
• Pay what you want for IAPs.

• Does Marvis support Equaliser, if yes how to change it?
‣ Yes, Marvis supports default iOS EQ, which can be changed from
Settings App > Music > EQ.

Marvis can play all the Items that are in 'My Music', this includes the newly launched AppleMusic and iTunes Match. To see AppleMusic Tracks via Marvis, you just have to choose 'Add to My Music' or 'Make Available Offline' for Item you want, using Stock Music App.

Marvis even keeps track of your Last Played Date, Ratings and Play Counts.

If you like Marvis please take a moment to write a Review. It would be nice to know your feedback, and will help a lot to bring great new features in future updates. (If you ask a Question in Reviews, we can't reach back to you. So it's Recommended that you contact us directly from Marvis Support for better solution.)

What's New in Version 5.1

‣ Localisations: Chinese (Simplified), Chinese (Traditional).
‣ UI and Animation Improvements.
‣ Miscellaneous Fixes.


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Customer Reviews

Very Good App As An Alternative For iOS iTunes 10.

Beautifully designed and very good functionality. Not as good as iOS iTunes 8.4 or 9.3, but it's as close as you're going to get with the layout, design, and functionality. Apple has to go back to the classy and robust design of iTunes before iOS 10. Please!!
On a side note: (Please give an update to this app by adding the album color blur to the track text or at least make it a settings option. It makes the album/playlist layout look that much more unique and original. Also, can you please make an option for the playlist album view to have the first four albums in the square like iOS iTunes 8.4 thru 9.3. Could you add an option for the playlist and artist search to have a list view with the album art as well. Last, could you also fix the problem of iTunes opening up when I press the play or pause button on the opening screen. I think these function buttons are attached to iTunes and not Marvis).

Excellent Alternative to the Tainted Apple Music App

Back in the days of iOS 8.4, the default music app was perfectly customizable and easy to use, with great design. iOS 9 introduced Apple Music, a subscription service that took over the default app, but it was still usable. Then iOS 10 made Apple Music even more streamlined, making the library option extremely difficult to use even when disabling Apple Music in settings.
For me, this app brings me back to the nostalgic days of iOS 8.4: it's perfectly designed for browsing music already on your device, not for streaming. The only thing that would make this app better for browsing your music library would be to make this app ad-free and still be free. I gladly purchased Marvis+ though, since 2.99 is an excellent price to pay for convenience.

tldr; This is the best alternative to the default Apple Music app, and don't hesitate buying the ad-free version.

Excellent Music Player Replacement

Ever since I updated to iOS 10, I've regretted it. I have over 3000 songs, and the new Music App ruined that experience for me with tiny, ugly fonts, and it's pushing of Apple Music. This app is honestly the best one I've seen that takes me back to the greatness that was iOS 8. I love having big artwork and ALL songs by an artist appearing, I also love that the background is tinted by the current song playing's artwork. The only thing I would say I would have liked would have been to be able to make playlists in the app itself, but considering all the pros about this app, I can overlook this. Definitely download, and get the Ad-free version too!!

Marvis Music Player
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This app is designed for both iPhone and iPad
  • Free
  • Category: Music
  • Updated:
  • Version: 5.1
  • Size: 41.5 MB
  • Languages: English, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese
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Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.1 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

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