There are many music players for Android, but most turn to our internal memory as storage for content, more and more looking to use all the space we have in the cloud to use and ease ROMs our device, algo sometimes scarce.
Of all the players I’ve tried to use the contents of private clouds, there is still no end to please me and now CloudPlayer wants to be the first to give the final leap and forget the content in physical memory. Created by doubleTwist, vienen . with the bar high
With music to another cloud
Behind CloudPlayer have a DoubleTwist , a development studio that is not exactly new, and less on playing this music. Probably you remember href=”https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.doubleTwist.androidPlayerProKey”> applications like or MagicPlay . Now, launch a new music player that thrives in the cloud space.
Specifically, this application is able to read music files that have Google Drive, Dropbox and onedrive . All at once, if we really need it, and the ability to create playlists and listen to music streamed to the original quality to which we climb. In fact even it supports music in uncompressed format.
Another attractive aspect of CloudPlayer is found in its ability to connect to Chromecast , a useful feature that gives a differential value over other services also play streaming content, such as streaming. As with other services, the connection is very simple, just press a button.
Although the application appears as free, in reality you must purchase the premium version once they have passed the seven days of trial. In total, five euros but considering that the application is useful and connects with the main clouds, is an attractive option. Soon I will talk about it further.
- Price: Free
- Developer: Double Twist
- Download: Google Play
News CloudPlayer is the music player that works with Google Drive, Dropbox and onedrive was originally published in Engadget Android by Juan Carlos Gonzalez .
June 17, 2015
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