DoubleTwist’s new app CloudPlayer turns cloud storage into a music streaming service


With so many online storage services around, it’s hard to manage two or more at the same time. DoubleTwist announces a new Android app ‘CloudPlayer’ to ensure that now all your music stored on the cloud can be accessed anytime; no matter what online storage service you prefer to choose.


The app can be used as a conventional music player or you can download, stream and browse your favorite music from Dropbox, One Drive and Google Drive. Simply connect your online storage accounts to CloudPlayer and be the one to get the benefits of MP3, AAC, OGG, m4a, WAV, and even lossless FLAC and ALAC formats with high-resolution cover.

This giant cloud jukebox lets you cast your favorite tunes with its Chromecast and Airplay support. You can also adjust your listening with its 10-band equalizer feature. The app works smoothly while you are on a decent network speed; and for the times you don’t, you can enjoy songs downloaded from your cloud accounts.

However, you can give this elegant app a spin for a 7-day free trial period only. After that you’ll have to pay $4.99 to unlock permanent cloud-based playback.

If you are looking for a surefire way to take your favorite music wherever you go, CloudPlayer can be an ideal solution.

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