Cloud computing has revolutionized digital music delivery as we can now store music in the cloud and access it from anywhere or devices. A cloud music service is simply a cloud service that allows you to upload your favorite music to a cloud server and stream it from your Android phones directly from the cloud any time, anywhere.
Today I am going to be looking at some top cloud music players for your android devices. I am not going to be making any comparisons neither am I going to make any recommendations, rather I am only going to highlight their major features.
Top Cloud Music Players for Android
Google Music Player: Google Music Player is a cloud music player by Google which enables users to access their music collections easily from any device. You can upload up to 20,000 songs to the cloud and stream it from anywhere, anytime. With Google Music you can purchase your favorite albums, store them in the cloud and stream them on your Android device any time. Google music player has a cloud-based cache that can allow you stream cached songs even without an internet connection. It also has a download-mode for your offline playback.
Amazon Cloud Player: Amazon Cloud Player is a cloud music player by Amazon which allows you to sync music from your music library to their cloud servers and allows you to stream it directly from your Android device. The best part of this cloud music player is not only is it connected to Amazon MP3 store, it is also comes with a 5Gb free space and another 15GB for just purchasing an album on Amazon MP3 store. Music purchased on Amazon do not count on your storage space.
CloudAround Music Player: CloudAround Music player is yet another cloud music player that allows you to sync your music in the cloud and play them from you Android device any time. For just $1.99 you can purchase this app from Google Play and experience its great features and beautiful interface.
mSpot: mSpot is another awesome cloud music player that let’s you listen to all your music anywhere on your Android devices. Sync your favorite songs to your online music folder and stream it from your device any time. It also has a free streaming radio that matches your music taste. This app was one of the first to venture into this market before the likes of Google and Amazon came in and hijacked the top spots.
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