Vimeo has grown to be just as popular for music as it has for video entertainment. As such, many users of the app find themselves struggling with the fact that it won’t let them listen to music in the background of their device. YMusic is an unofficial app which aims to eradicate these worries. Using an open source music player, you can now download your favourite tunes to your device.
YMusic doesn’t just aim to give you direct access to music on Vimeo. It also aims to let you collect and play your favorite songs in a customizable browser, too. That is a nice little feature which will appeal to anyone already used to some of the more streamlined music players available on Android.
The main selling point of this app is the fact that you can listen to music in the background on your device. This means that you can now load up other apps and games while listening to music from Vimeo! It’s a feature that has been missing from the official app for some time. Furthermore, it’s also a feature many have been crying out for.
What is also impressive about YMusic is the fact that it uses up very little data. The official Vimeo app swallows up serious memory and data on a regular basis, meaning that if you’re browsing and listening on 4G, for example, you risk burning through your allowance quickly. Thankfully, YMusic is built to work around such worries.
Downloading and playing music from Vimeo on Android works like a dream. It may be an unofficial app, but it’s a workaround with plenty of charm and features. It’s easy to see how this will appeal to a majority crowd – and if you are already using Vimeo mainly to listen to songs, it’s a good idea to get invested in YMusic.