Top 10 Best Music Android Games – Updated June, 2022

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There are Android apps about everything under the sun, so it’s no surprise that there are apps about music. There are tons of apps out there that center around music. Whether they’re rhythms games or games where you guess song titles, there’s some sort of strong musical influence.

These games are perfect for music lovers and people who want to be exposed to other forms of music. They showcase the most popular songs from today and they also introduce you to new and indie music.

Top 10 Best Music Android Games – February 2022

Below is a quick overview of the top 10 best Material You Android apps for 2021, including any download and in-app purchase costs.

GameDownload CostIn-app cost (per item)
Giant Dancing Plushies
P. Muse$0.99 – $19.99
Epic Band Rock Star$1.99 – $49.99
My Music Tower$0.99 – $26.99
Magic Piano$0.99 – $99.99
Lanota$0.99 – $19.99
Sound Shooting$1.99 – $8.49
FNF Music Night Battle$3.49 – $6.49
Magic Tile 3$0.99 – $19.99

Top 10 Best Music Android Games – February 2022

Below is a little more information on each app, and a direct link for easy downloading.

All download links go to the app’s Google Play Store listing. Users are always recommended to download apps from Google Play or an authorized app store.

Giant Dancing Plushies

  • Download Cost: Free
  • In-App Cost: No
  • Size: 119MB
  • Google Play Rating: 4.4 stars out of 5

Giant Dancing Plushies is a very different type of rhythm game where you play as, well, a giant danging plushie. You’re danging your way down a road in a large metropolitan area, and it’s your job to smash your way through enemy vehicles. Music is constantly playing in the background, and you need to swipe in rhythm with the music to step forward.


As you progress, you’ll unlock different cities to dance through along with upgrades to your character. You can unlock new dances and add powers like laser eyes. Also, you can HEAVILY customize your character’s appearance down to each body part.

There are no in-app purchases in this game at all, and that goes for ads. Your progress merely by playing the game.

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P. Muse

  • Download Cost: Free
  • In-App Cost: $0.99 – $19.99
  • Size: 101MB
  • Google Play Rating: 4.4 stars out of 5

P.Muse thrives on aesthetics and energy. It’s your classic rhythm game where you have to hit shapes as they approach the bottom of the screen. The more you hit, the more points you wrack up at the end. Throughout the round, the number of lanes will vary, which gives some good variety.

One thing about this game is the overall look and feel. The backgrounds are all colorful and animated. The notes you hit will vary in shape. Every so often, the shape you hit will fill the screen and give the background a new look. It’s a good game to play if you want to treat the ears and the eyes.

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  • Download Cost: Free
  • In-App Cost: $0.99 – $79.99
  • Size: 69MB
  • Google Play Rating: 4.6 stars out of 5

HATSUNE MIKU: COLORFUL STAGE is the mobile version of the popular Hatsune Miku games. In this game, you’re using your phone’s screen to hit the notes as they fly on the screen. The game incorporates popular songs from the games that users might enjoy.

As the story goes, you awake in a place between worlds being greeted by Miku. After you get the introduction, you’re thrown into the action. Tou tap and swipe the notes as they speed across the screen. As you play, you’ll see the characters dancing in the background.

One good thing about this game is that there’s a fully developed story that you follow as you play. There are animated cut scenes with dialogue. While the dialogue is fully voiced, it’s in Japanese, so you’ll have to read the subtitles.



Epic Band Rock Star

  • Download Cost: Free
  • In-App Cost: $1.99 – $49.99
  • Size: 35MB
  • Google Play Rating: 4.1 stars out of 5

Epic Band Rock Star mixes the music game genre with the tap game genre. You start off with one musician playing in a park, and your duty is to tap as fast as you can. As you tap, you earn music tokens. You use those music tokens to buy upgrades that increase your yield. The more you play, the faster you earn.

As you play, you’ll earn more players in your band and really wrack in the tokens. Aside from the tokens, there are diamonds, but those are the premium currency. You can use those diamonds to purchase upgrades quicker.


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My Music Tower

  • Download Cost: Free
  • In-App Cost: $0.99 – $26.99
  • Size: 121MB
  • Google Play Rating: 4.3 stars out of 5

If you remember “Don’t Tap The White Tile”, then you should feel right at home with this game. My Music Tower takes the same gameplay mechanics from the piano tiles games and adds its own unique spin to it.

Tiles will rush toward the bottom of the screen and you have to tap them, but this isn’t like your typical rhythm game; if you miss a tile, the round is over. As you progress through the game, you’ll slowly build up a tower with different rooms.


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Magic Piano

  • Download Cost: Free
  • In-App Cost: $0.99 – $99.99
  • Size: 33MB
  • Google Play Rating: 4.4 stars out of 5

Magic Piano sticks true to its name, as all of the songs are arranged for piano. They are all piano pieces and arrangements of popular songs. All of the notes are represented as dots that you need to tap.

Magic piano is different because the songs actually conform to your playing. So, if you slow down, the song will slow down with you. This not only makes it a bit easier to play, but it allows you to add a bit of expression to your playing.

You earn coins every time you level up, and you use those coins to buy more songs. If you want unlimited access to all of the songs, you can pay either $4.99/month or $39.99/year.

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  • Download Cost: Free
  • In-App Cost: $0.99 – $19.99
  • Size: 434MB
  • Google Play Rating: 4.6 stars out of 5

Lanota strives to differentiate itself from the other rhythm games on the market. It has a bit of an anime feel, and it starts off heavy on story and character development. In the beginning, it starts to feel like you’re about to play an RPG rather than a music game.

As for the actual rounds, it’s really different from other rhythm games. For starters, the levels are in the shape of a circle, and the notes eminate from the center. You still need to hit them notes in time with the music to earn points. There are some notes that you need to swipe up and some that you swipe down, which is pretty creative. Along with that, there are the notes that swipe across and hold down.

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Sound Shooting

  • Download Cost: Free
  • In-App Cost: $1.99 – $8.49
  • Size: 32MB
  • Google Play Rating: 4.6 stars out of 5

Sound shooting is, probably, the most stimulating game on this list. Once you start the app, you’re thrown right into the action within ten seconds. You play as a flying anime character with a really big gun, and you’re blasting your way through enemies.

If you’re wondering how this is a music game, throughout the levels, you’ll fight certain powerful bosses. When you do, the game will switch gears and turn into a classic rhythm game. You’ll hit the markers when they reach the bottom of the screen in order to charge up your attack. After the section is finished, you’ll destroy that boss and continue with the stage.

There are in-app purchases, but they don’t really get in the way until you want more of a challenge. Getting the VIP membership which costs roughly $10, will grant you additional songs and harder difficulties.

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FNF Music Night Battle

  • Download Cost: Free
  • In-App Cost: $3.49 – $6.49
  • Size: 247MB
  • Google Play Rating: 4 stars out of 5

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The Friday Night Funkin’ is a really popular franchise of rhythm games, and that makes it perfect for the mobile market. FNF Music Night Battle brings over the classic gameplay and style from the franchise that fans love. You’re still playing as two characters with weird voices who sing when you tap the arrows.

You play as different characters for each round, and each character has a different voice. Also, all of the notes that you hit are in the shape of arrows. This is a callback to the original game that had you pressing the arrow keys on your keyboard. It’s free to play, but there are ads and in-app purchases.

Magic Tiles 3

Magic Tiles 3 takes the “Don’t Tap The White Tile” genre game to the next level. As you play, you’ll see black blocks approach the bottom of the screen. You have to hit them, but you don’t have to keep to a specific rhythm. What makes this game different from other rhythm games is the fact that, if you miss a block or tap outside of one, the round is over.

There’s a wide selection of popular songs that you can choose from by well-known artists. As you progress, you’ll be able to earn more songs that you can play. There are in-app purchases, so if you want a large selection of songs, you’ll have to pull out your wallet.

  • Download Cost: Free
  • In-App Cost: $0.99 – $19.99
  • Size: 287MB
  • Google Play Rating: 4.3 stars out of 5

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