Play your music anywhere directly from the cloud. Free up space on the device storage and have access to all of your music stored in Google Drive, Dropbox, Box, OneDrive or your own server.
CloudBeats works both online and offline. You may download files, playlists and entire folders with music or audiobooks to listen offline without wifi. If you are running out of space, the downloaded files can be easily removed from device storage.
It can perfectly replace the discontinued Groove Music.
・ Dropbox, Google Drive, OneDrive, OneDrive for Business, Box, Mediafire, Amazon Cloud Drive, pCloud
・ My Cloud Home devices by Western Digital
・ personal clouds that support webDAV, including ownCloud, Nextcloud and Network-Attached Servers (NAS) by Synology, QNAP, WD and others
・ download albums, playlists, folders or files onto device for playback in offline mode without internet
・ connect to shared folders in the cloud
・ create multi-cloud playlists and synchronize them between multiple device
・ access library by Artists, Albums and Genres
・ last.fm scrobbling
・ shuffle entire library or just one folder with Radio mode
・ stream to Google Chromecast *
・ CarPlay support
・ plays mp3, m4a, wav and FLAC
・ plays audiobooks and podcasts
・ repeat all, repeat one and shuffle
・ background playback and locked screen controls
・ album cover art
・ speed up or slow down of playback
・ sleep timer
・ embedded lyrics display
・ plays via Airplay and Bluetooth
CloudBeats has been on the market for 4 years already and is still regularly updated and supported by developers.
We've got free CloudBeats app for you to try before making a purchase.
*ownCloud, Nextcloud, pCloud and webDAV are temporarily incompatible with Chromecast
** Please note that the app cannot play drm protected files purchased on iTunes Store.
Fixed bug in the import of m3u playlists
Fixed incorrect behavior of "Display Filename instead fo Metadata" option in the Now Playing screen
Fixed "Repeat One Track" behavior
Few more tweaks and improvements to make your listening experience better
Ratings and Reviews
The Best Cloud-Based Music Player App
I‘ve been using the CloudBeats Music Player app for well over a year now and it’s just simply the best that I’ve found to meet all of my cloud-based music storage/steaming needs. Its easy and intuitive user interface allows for quick setup and playback. I like creating and listening primarily to playlists and this app plays all of the mixed music seamlessly with no noticeable stuttering or pauses during playback. It works perfectly on both my iPad and iPhone especially when I’m out-and-about and not connected to my high-speed WiFi. With the latest version (2.26.1) which now includes the use of HomePod as an output device, greatly increases its productivity and sound quality. I’ve tried several cloud services (OneDrive, AmazonDrive and iCloud) as storage/playback locations and have never had any issues with connectivity. So, the bottom-line is: the CloudBeats Music Player app is a “must have,” especially when having access to all of the free cloud storage that’s available. Thumbs-Up!
App stands test of time
CloudBeats has greatly expanded in both functionality and scope since its early days when it only supported OneDrive (then known as SkyDrive). The developer (Roman, IIRC) soon added the other well-known Cloud repositories to the app, along with variable speed playback and other features needed for audiobook/podcast playback, among others. All without requesting an extra cent through IAPs or new versions, as seems common with developers now. That being said, the maturity of iPhone and the saturated market make lifetime app licenses seem like a shortsighted idea that have likely contributed to the cesspool of abandonware. I’d much rather pay a patronage than have the developer discontinue an app because it ceased to be personally or economically viable.
With that out of the way, I have one enhancement suggestion and I’m not sure if it’s viable. There’s an option for local cloud but can this be used or repurposed to use an SMB login to a local router and link to a folder of attached storage or its media server?
Fantastic for Music!
I couldn't be happier with this app. I have a giant library of MP3s that were such a pain to import into my music library and sync with iTunes every time I wanted to add or remove any, and this app elegantly replaces that entire process. Now you sign into a Google Drive account after installing the app, then just throw the MP3s into Drive and tell Cloud Beats which folder they're in, and BOOM! All your music is now immediately available.
Data usage can be an issue if you're not on a wireless network, but you can prepare some tracks to be available offline if you know when you're going to be out and about. Coupled with the option to only play offline tracks, this makes it much easier to avoid excessive data usage.
The reviews asking for the ability to skip around within a track to make podcasts more accessible are pretty valid though. From what I can tell, the only way to do that is to have the phone unlocked and the app open, which is probably not how you'll be listening to a podcast.
Overall, I could not recommend this app highly enough. If you want more options for listening to a personal music library that isn't stored on iTunes, you can't do much better than Cloud Beats.
- Roman Burda
- 49.3 MB
Requires iOS 10.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, Czech, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Traditional Chinese, Ukrainian
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
- © CloudBeats
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.