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Listen to music online on your mobile without melting the data rate

Listen to music online on your mobile without melting the data rate

Listen to music online on your mobile without melting the data rate

Listening to music is one of my favorite activities. In fact, most of the day I am with headphones on enjoying the topics that I like the most.

Of course, in the same way that happens with other activities that require an internet connection, listening to music can consume a large amount of data. If we are connected to a Wi-Fi network nothing happens, but if we are on the street we must be careful.

Many users use YouTube to listen to music, but this means that you have to download the entire video, with the consequent consumption of megabytes. But that has come to an end thanks to an XDA user named khangneovip, which has developed an application called Y Music that includes really interesting features.

Listen to more music and consume less data with Y Music


The advantage of Y Music is that instead of downloading the entire video, just download the audio track so that we can listen to it. This is a great advantage in allowing us save up to 90% of data, as confirmed by the developer himself.

We are facing a really interesting application that allows you to save a good handful of megabytes and that includes really cool features:

  • Ability to quickly switch between the app and YouTube
  • Listen streaming in the background
  • Download or listen to videos on YouTube or from the browser
  • Ability to download YouTube videos or audios with different resolutions
  • Easy and intuitive controls
  • Ability to create playlists for offline listening
  • Includes support for m4a codecs, webm, mp3, mp4, flv, opus and many more.


As you can see we are facing an application that includes very interesting options. As our friends from El Androide Libre point out, thanks to Y Music we will be able to do what we like the most, which is listening to music, at the same time that we save data on our rate.

Without a doubt, we are facing one of the music applications most complete we can find for Android. If you want to get it you just have to enter the official XDA Developers thread and download it to your device.

Personally, I have to say that after testing the application on my device I am really delighted with it and I plan to make the most of it. And there is nothing better than having a good ally to listen to a lot of music without consuming much of the data rate.