The following apps will be constantly updated and are a mixture of paid and free ones and have been chosen by our Android experts.So, even if you do dip into actual cash for one of these apps, you are safe in the knowledge that it is a worthwhile purchase.Free Making your own music can be a liberating experience, but getting started can be daunting, especially if you can't play an instrument and don't know a synthesizer from a sequencer.
The Google Play store has exploded in recent years, with a proliferation of apps that can cater to your every need.
The problem is: there are just too many of them, even with Editor's Picks, Featured and Best Selling, Top Paid and Top Free categories there to help And that's why we made this list.
Like you we want the best apps for our Android phones.
The apps that are going to revolutionise functionality or, at the very least, offer something so great that it becomes one of the must-have apps that has to be downloaded whenever you get a new handset.
From there you can combine samples from hundreds of categories, with thousands of loops to choose from or even record your own vocals.
Straightforward controls then let you adjust the volumes, change keys and add effects and it's surprisingly easy to come up with something that will get stuck in your head.Once you're happy with a creation you can save it and, if you're feeling suitably brave, share it with the Music Maker Jam community.The core app is free and surprisingly generous in its content, but you can buy additional packs of loops if you start feeling constrained.£0.79/US$0.99 (around AU$1.35)Twitter might be one of the biggest social networks around, but its official app leaves something to be desired.Thankfully there's a whole world of third party options and Flamingo for Twitter is one of the newest and best.Despite still being in beta it already feels slick and polished, with a material design inspired interface, which includes pages that are coloured to match any images, for a pleasingly unified look.