by: Fusego • 121
CloudAmpz, as any other cloud-based service, is based on the simple premise that you can exchange physical storage for data traffic, which is awesome when you're stuck next to a wifi but it's an arguable idea when not. Anyway, CloudAmpz doesn't provide cloud storage, but works as a music player over the songs (namely, MP3s and playlist) you may have already stocked up in your Google Drive or Dropbox. Yes, it also plays music saved on your device, but that's a commodity considered as a given.
If you are into saving music on the cloud and are looking for a media player able to save a couple of taps or even the bothersome process of downloading them before listening to them, here's CloudAmpz. It sometimes lag a little, presumably because of how good your internet connection is; and the user interface should be improved in some way, but it'll do.
This free version comes supported by ads. The paid version doesn't and in addition helps the developer.
Tags: cloudampz , aws album art
by Peter , Appszoom
Oct 21, 2013
CloudAmpz is a cloud storage music player.
Stream music from your Google Drive, Dropbox and Box accounts to your mobile device or Chromecast receiver.
The ideal solution for storing your entire music library in one central location.
* Supports streaming from Google Drive, Dropbox, Box and local device storage.
* Audio Formats Supported: MP3, FLAC and OGG.
* Chromecast Support.
* Playlist Support: Supports the m3u playlist format.
* MusicBrainz and AWS powered album art.
* ChartLyrics powered lyrics feed.
* Multiple Accounts support.
* Built-in Equalizer.
* Convenient, smooth, and intuitive user interface.
NOTE: This is the free version. The paid (ads-free) version is also available from Google Play.
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