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When it comes to app functionality, I find that there’s a great debate between some iPhone users. On one side, you find users that enjoy apps that are packed full of features; so many features in fact, that it’s sometimes hard to wrap your head around how many are available for use. Other users insist that apps with a sole functionality (or a minimal amount of features) are better because the app’s developer can focus solely on getting that function right, which leads to a better user experience.

In terms of music players, it’s safe to say that the first-party Music app doesn’t provide a laundry list of features, but instead provides the core functionality needed to play music (although it is a tad dull). On the other hand, you have third-party music players like Groove 2, which is teeming with features. But for those that want a music player that has a good amount of features, and is bundled with a gorgeous interface, I find Ecoute to be a suitable choice. Find out why after the jump. (more…)

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