Sync or download your music files from iTunes and enjoy them with:
• A beautifully elegant interface
• Fluid gesture-based navigation
• Ubiquitous search and playback controls
Doppi does NOT support music downloaded or streamed from Apple Music.
Big, Beautiful Artwork
Your music's artwork takes center stage on the Now Playing screen and throughout your library.
Make It Your Own
Choose from 6 beautiful highlight colors, switch between light and dark themes, rearrange your library, and more—from Preferences.
Search From Anywhere
Pull down from anywhere in your library to invoke Search. Hit Return to instantly trigger the top result.
Play and Add Quickly
Play an album or artist right from the library using their embedded Play buttons, and add songs to Instant Playlist using the Add (+) buttons.
Less, But Better
Every screen in Doppi has been carefully designed with clean typography, pleasing contrast, and elegant motion. Enjoy your music without unnecessary distractions.
Doppi fully supports Dynamic Type and includes high contrast themes, so your eyes won't get in the way of your ears.
Ever shuffled your music, found a song you loved, and wished you could keep playing the album? Doppi can make it happen — just go to the album and press Play.
Give your music the lovely home it deserves.
Doppi does not include any music. It was designed to play the music you transfer to your device by syncing with iTunes or by purchasing from the iTunes Store. It does not support music downloaded or streamed from Apple Music, or any streaming service, nor it plans to do so in the future.
• Enables Doppi to handle larger libraries. If your library has several thousand songs and you had trouble importing before, please try again.
• Introduces correct ordering for multi-disc albums.
• Fixes some visual issues.
Includes everything from 3.0:
• Customize your library. Browse genres and composers, sort your albums, and rearrange the sections in your library from Preferences.
• More relevant search. Find your music with far less typing.
• Better design. An even more refined interface meets fluid gestures that make it easier to go back—and forward.