Take control of your music with intuitive controls, customizable interface and beautiful design.
“...the design is tastefully done and finding your way around your music is a breeze...One of the best options for playing local music.” – David Nield, Gizmodo
“Fortunately, Cesium is here…If you want the old Music app back with a few improvements thrown in, look no further than Cesium.” – Christina Warren, Mashable
"[...going] back to local music with @CesiumApp and I have never been happier." – Nilay Patel, The Verge (Editor-in-Chief)
• Swipe left to add to queue, swipe right to play or shuffle.
• Sort playlists by artist, album and more!
• Edit, reorder or shuffle your Queue at any time!
• Use Classical Mode to sort select genres by composer.
• Local star ratings (plus Today Widget)
• Easily access compilations while keeping your Artist and Composers list uncluttered.
• Customizable Tabs
• Night Mode
• Custom Themes
• Landscape Mode
• Gesture Controls
• No ads or locked features
• Much More!
NOTE: Deleting Music.app in iOS 10 also removes core functions for handling iCloud and Apple Music. Doing so will cause Cesium performance issues and is not recommended.
At that time the users petitioned the dev with tweets and email, saying unto him, “Behold, we are afflicted with bugs and missing features. Go, and testify to the gods of code on our behalf, that they might bestow an update upon us.” He went, and for 3 days and nights communed with them at the summit of Mount Xco’de. And the gods spake, saying “We have heard the lamentations of the people. We will do this thing, for they are our chosen users.”
On the first day, the gods of code said unto him, “Lo, gaze upon the Google.” And as he did so his blindness was banished, and he became aware of undocumented, but public, playlist properties. And the gods said, “Take ye these properties, and reference them by key name.” And when he did so the playlists were miraculously grouped by folder.
On the second day, the dev awoke before the dawn, and in the night sky a star appeared to him. The heavens opened and a chorus of seraphim with lutes and trumpets sang out, “Glory be in the highest, for as the star ratings shine in the skies, so too shall playlists be collected by them.” And it was so.
On the third day, the gods visited upon him a vision. In it he saw a multitude of artists with a single song on that one compilation descend upon the lands of the Artist Tab like a swarm locusts. When an Angel of the Code appeared and said “Fear not, for I have smartened compilation support. No more will one-hit wonders lead you into confusion.” And before his eyes the compilation-only artists vanished from the land of Artists.
And when the dev came down from the mountain he told the people of all these things, but they could not understand; for he was speaking in an unknown tongue. But the translators recognized that it was Korean, and the scribes recorded it all so that the app could be localized.
When this was done the users held a feast, and submitted ratings and reviews unto the App Store, and there was much rejoicing.