7 Best Audio Editor For Android In 2019

Smartphones and tablets will let you record audio on the go. Maybe you’re looking to record a presentation or a lecture at school — Android let’s you do this with ease. In fact, many smartphones come pre-loaded with a recorder that can record the audio around you. However, one thing that Android doesn’t come with out of the box is the way to edit your audio. Maybe you want to cut clips or re-arrange audio slices.

You might even want to splice audio tracks together. Unlike popular opinion, you don’t need a full blown computer and audio setup to do this — audio editor apps for Android will allow you to do all of your basic and advanced editing on the go. Here are our favorites:

Voice Pro

Voice Pro is one of the most feature-rich applications on this list, allowing you to record audio in up to 100 different formats. Voice Pro will even let you take your recorded audio file and register it in a mono or stereo format.

On top of that, you have options for adding background music to your recordings, mix and merge recordings, encrypt audio files, and so much more. There’s even call recording available in this app. And addition to that, Voice Pro is able to take your audio file and record it to text in forty different languages. Get started at the link below.

Download it now: Google Play

Music Editor

Next up, we have the aptly named Music Editor. This one is ideal for a ton of different applications — you can edit audio with it — just like many of these applications — or, you can do use features like the MP3 cutter, Ringtone Maker, Song Editor, and more.

The Audio Editor portion is probably the most feature-filled function of the app, allowing you to do things like compress audio, trim audio, merge audio, add files, and more.

Download it now: Google Play

WaveEditor

WaveEditor is the go-to application for recording and editing audio. One of the really nice things about WaveEditor is the sheer amount of file types that you can use with WaveEditor. There’s just so much that you can do with WaveEditor — you’ll find features like multi-track mixing and editing, WAV or MP3 recording formats, and even visual tools for editing, such as FFT, oscilloscope, spectrogram, etc.

This one even comes with USB microphone support.

Download it now: Google Play

Audio Evolution Mobile Studio

Audio Evolution Mobile Studio is loved by many, and most incoming users will probably love it for its simple and easy to use interface. It’s all very organized and easy to navigate around. There are tons of advanced features packed into this app as well — multitrack audio recording, your basic audio split and splicing actions, such as move, cut, trim, and even the ability to remove tracks entirely.

Audio Evolution Mobile Studio even has support for external hardware — if you want to use the software in conjunction with USB audio interfaces, you can do so flawlessly.

Download it now: Google Play

FL Studio Mobile

FL Studio Mobile is a great application for audio creation. With this neat application, you can create music completely from scratch. It has a lot of the basic audio editing features as well, but in addition to that, there’s a lot of ways that you can edit and manipulate your music — there’s effects for chorus, auto ducker, filters, delays, reverb, and so much more.

There are a bunch of presets that you can play around with, as well as samples that you can preview. This application even has support for MIDI controllers and MIDI files.

Download it now: Google Play

Lexis Audio Editor

The Lexis Audio Editor is another piece of software that you should consider. This is more of a basic audio editor that will help you fly through some of those tasks that need to be done quickly. It’s not as powerful as many of the other audio editing applications on this list, but it will get the job done in the event that you need to splice something real quick, or trim out some audio that you can then save as a file and send to a friend.

It supports all of your regular audio formats — wav, mp3, etc, but in addition to that, it supports a variety of video formats as well. Again, it’s a simple audio editor with some basic functions. On top of that, it’s free since it doesn’t have all of the powerful tools baked in.

Download it now: Google Play

AudioDroid

Last, but certainly not least, we have AudioDroid. AudioDroid is a powerful application — really, it’s only major downfall is the clunky UI, which takes you back to the Gingerbread days of Android.

It’s not very organized, although that can be a good thing — all of your options, effects, syncing tools and more are all up front where you can see them and access them at the tap of a finger — there’s no need to go searching for them through different menus. AudioDroid won’t cost you a dime, though it is riddled with ads — those can be gotten rid of for a one time payment of $2.99.

Download it now: Google Play

Verdict

As you can see, there are a lot of excellent audio editor applications available. There’s plenty more than this out there, but these are some of the best ones you can get your hands on today. If we had one to recommend, go for Voice PRO or Audio Evolution Mobile Studio — both are really powerful tools that could take a audio editing studio on the go.