With Lyra Music player you can automatically download and view the lyrics for the song you’re currently playing; after the lyrics are downloaded, you can edit them with the different tools inside the application. The lyrics are automatically scrolled when the song is playing.
Lyra Music player supports the lyrics in LRC format and looks for the right lyrics for the currently playing song inside your device; if no lyrics files are found locally, it automatically downloads them from the Internet.
Are you a multitasking person? well, we can also display the lyrics of the song while you’re using other applications. We use a floating lyrics component which you can position in any part of the screen and will show over the other applications you are using.
Trying to learn a foreign language? Lyra Music Player is a great tool for learning through music listening; we support showing the lyrics in both languages (original song language and a translation) at the same time; for achieving this, just paste the translation over the original lyric and choose mix lyrics… we will display 2 columns lyric with the original and translated lyrics.
If you have multiple lyrics files for a single song (for example, English lyrics, translation to Spanish, French, etc), you can easily switch from one to another.
What not to expect? We’re focused on a good user experience for displaying song lyrics; don’t expect advanced functionality provided by some other music players.
And what about integration with external players? Lyra doesn’t integrate; for that, you need to install our “Lyra Plugin” application which is also available on our Playstore site.
With Lyra Music Player you can:
1. Navigate your local music collection, categorized by artist, album, genre, and playlists.
2. View lyrics and navigate between different lyric files stored inside your phone
3. Download lyrics from the internet
4. Copy lyric content to the clipboard
5. Delete lyrics
When editing a lyric file you can:
1. Edit the current line text
2. Delete a line
3. Clear times
4. Sync time backward and forward.
5. Set the first line time and last line time.
6. Set the time for the current playing line