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Sathorn is the most feature rich Apple Music client for iOS, as well as the only one with Apple Music Radio.


Apple Music:
- Personalized Apple Music recommendations, and Apple Music Radio playback (including Beats 1)

- Love, dislike, share, and add songs, playlists, and albums across the entire Apple Music catalog

- The most choices for new music discovery of any Apple Music client, including the ability to view top charts for playlists, songs, and albums from 26 countries in the world, as well as top charts across 18 music genres

- Search the Apple Music catalog for playlists, albums, and songs, and add them to your library

- Add Apple Music songs to your playlists, with or without adding the song to your library

- Scrobble songs to Lastfm (library songs only)

User Interface:
- Light, Dark, and True Black appearances themes

- Choose between the 7 default custom color schemes, or create your own (as seen in the screenshot above)

- Swipe across the Now Playing album cover to change songs

- Search within a playlist for both local playlists and Apple Music playlists

- Pull down on any of the main 5 tabs to search

- Pull down while viewing a playlist to search that playlist

- The most extensive playlist management system of any music client for iOS. In addition to all the default options the stock Music app has, you can also sort playlists into folders and differentiate between playlists users have shared with you, your own playlists, and playlists downloaded from Apple Music

- Swipe up to view the current queue, as well as info about the currently playing song

- On the albums and playlists tab, swipe left for a slide out menu with the ability to quickly play, shuffle, play next, or play later

- Sort individual playlists by album, title, play count, recently added, or the default sort

- View all the songs you have “loved” and are in your library. Simply sort by the "Loved" option on the main songs tab

- Change the order of tabs under "Settings"

- Add up to 100 items under "Recently Added" for songs and albums


- I collect absolutely no personal data about any user. All info is kept local on the device and nothing is sent to any server I own.

For support, please contact support@sathorn.app

View more on Sathorn's website: https://sathorn.app

Apple, the Apple logo, iOS, and Apple Music are trademarks of Apple Inc.

What’s New

Version 2.03

Quite a few new things in version 2!
- The app is now free with an n app purchase to unlock premium content!
- For users who have already purchased Sathorn, please go to Settings -> Account -> Restore from Paid version to upgrade to Sathorn Premium for free
- Now shows album covers for Apple Music Radio
- The front "Songs" tab now has sections "Loved", "Recently Played" and "Listen Again" (in addition to the "Recently Added" section that is already there). "Listen Again" are songs you haven't heard in a while
- On the Playlists tab, while sorting by playlist type, you can now view the last 3 recently played playlists
- New app icon with 8 different color options!
- Smaller font makes the UI look cleaner and easier to navigate

Ratings and Reviews

3.8 out of 5
13 Ratings

13 Ratings

J.D.Archer ,

Great start but definitely rough around the edges

Pros: -I can sort by liked songs(!)
-Customizable interface with true black
-still gives me access to all my Apple Music recommendations while putting more focus on my existing library

Cons:-ui navigation is kind of a screaming nightmare. Sometimes you can swipe back, sometimes you can’t. Sometimes you can long press a song, sometimes you can’t. A lot of areas you swipe to access but can’t swipe out.

It’s really in-cohesive and coming from the default Apple Music player it’s really, really cumbersome.

-sometimes elements look really great, sometimes the aesthetics make it look like the app is bugging out.

-adding songs to ‘play next’ has the tendency to stop or restart the song currently playing. This one is a MASSIVE pain, though one I would consider equal to the others noted above.

-you can’t add songs to play next if you search for them- just goes along with the other noted inconsistencies in how you can interact with different things.

-lack of consistent ui navigation leads me to constantly play songs I didn’t mean to because I was trying to do a gesture that’s intuitive in Apple apps but just does nothing in this app. (Example: if you open an album and scroll down you cannot swipe back. You have to scroll all the way to the top to swipe back.)

Overall I’m sticking with it and hoping it gets cleaned up because, if tightened up, this could be the best way to use Apple Music.

Developer Response ,

Edit: Version. 1.3 addresses a lot of the concerns listed here. The "Play Next" bug is fixed, and the UI navigation is much more consistent. Everywhere you swipe to access, you can now swipe to go back. You can also add local songs to play next if you search for them as well.

Thanks a lot for your review. Yes, I am aware of some of these inconsistencies and am definitely working on correcting them--notably the song skipping, and the ability to long-press a song when viewing artists, and being able to swipe back once you scroll down.

thanks for sticking with it! I hope to get these issues addressed quite soon.


Daniel3345 ,

Great app needs improvements

Holding down a song for more options should have a haptic response. In the original music app that force feedback helps me know whether my input was received without looking at my phone.

Also please add the ability to start Apple Music radio stations.

Developer Response ,

Haptic feedback is now here in version 1.3.

mr.blue.sky ,

Ratchet 🤮

Do not trade your stock Apple Music app for this insane knock off. ITS NOT WORTH IT JUST TO GET THAT SWEET DARK MODE. I promise.

Immediately off the back it’s exponentially slower to load and scroll compared to the stock app. Crashes often. Worries it’s inconsistencies will corrupt my Apple Music account, which could lead to deleted playlists and music. That’s about the worst thing a Music app can do besides not playing music at all.


Stephen Bodnar
17.3 MB

Requires iOS 11.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.



Age Rating
Rated 12+ for the following:
Infrequent/Mild Profanity or Crude Humor
Infrequent/Mild Alcohol, Tobacco, or Drug Use or References
Infrequent/Mild Mature/Suggestive Themes
© Stephen Bodnar, 2018
In-App Purchases
  1. Sathorn Premium $4.99


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