CloudBeats is the best way to stream and organize music. With it you can create your own music streaming service. It is built for music lovers and is a first player without annoying ads.

Upload your personal collection to the cloud drive once, and access it from multiple devices without any synchronization efforts.

Works offline. You may download files, playlists and entire folders with music, audiobooks and podcasts from the cloud to listen offline without wifi. If you are running out of space, the downloaded files can be easily removed from device storage.

Player. The app supports mp3, m4a, wav and lossless FLAC and ALAC formats. With advanced buffering techniques used the transition between tracks is smooth with minimal gap.

Playlists manager. Create multi-cloud playlists by combining tracks from multiple cloud accounts, add files and entire folders to playlists with a single tap, arrange the order of the tracks.

Shuffle. When you are not sure what to listen to, mix the entire collection of music or part of it and enjoy the radio mode to discover hidden tracks.

Music library. Sync your music library with connected cloud accounts. Sync manager will scan selected folders and add audio files to your music library. All songs are grouped by artist, album, genre.

External devices. CloudBeats supports Bluetooth devices and headsets, connects to Airplay 2 speakers like Homepod and Sonos.

・ Dropbox, Google Drive, OneDrive, OneDrive for Business, Box, Mediafire, pCloud
・ import audio files stored on your device from the Files app and iCloud Drive (no streaming)
・ My Cloud Home devices by Western Digital
・ personal NAS 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
・ scrobbling
・ shuffle entire library or just one folder with Radio mode
・ CarPlay support
・ pay once and use on multiple devices. The app keeps your Playlists and My Library database in sync between multiple devices **

・ plays mp3, m4a, wav and lossless FLAC & ALAC
・ plays audiobooks and podcasts. Please check out the CloudBeats for Audiobooks for better experience with audiobooks.
・ 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
・ streams to Sonos via Airplay

Full version of Cloudbeats removes all the limits and allows to
・ download albums, playlists, folders or files onto device for playback in offline mode without internet
・ connect to Carplay

* Please note that the app cannot play drm protected files purchased on iTunes Store.
** 'Sync Multiple Devices' is an optional service to keep your Playlists and My Library database in sync between multiple devices.

What’s New

Version 2.43.0

Added mini-player on iPad to match iPhone version
Fixed progress slider sensitivity on iPad
Improved performance when adding thousands of files into playlist
Improved import speed of large m3u files
Added image extraction when scanning files on Onedrive

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
2.1K Ratings

2.1K Ratings

LAX20531 ,


I’ve been using the app from its early inception years ago when it only supported what was FKA SkyDrive to today where it supports MS OneDrive along with the other major clouds as well as personal clouds if one desires. The developer is responsive and has not lost interest in the initiative, not has he forced early adopters to purchase new “versions” to receive cloud add-ons, and that is greatly appreciated. That said, I’m not opposed to reasonable patronage since I get a lot of use from the app and there’s no other software I own where lifetime support and upgrades are offered. If the dev needs the revenue to incentivize his interest in the project by all means I’d rather do that than have this become abandonware like dozens of other quality apps that vanished. I’m not implying thoughts deviated after dealing with this abandonware issue earlier today. Get this app!

AK from LI ,

Recommended for everyone

This app is awesome. Running out of space on your phone? Tried transferring your music to google drive to save space and then got annoyed because google drive doesn’t have an interface that’s easy to use like a music player? CloudBeats it’s the solution. Have all your music saved on cloud and experience it as if it’s on your phone. 5 stars. No question.

raphiedesign ,

Awesome Music Organizer

Love the app, everything you need to keep your music organized accesos devices. I’m able to create playlists, radios and more. Has a little bug that prevents me to give it 5 stars which deserves. Once you start playing your selected music, for any reason it doesn’t let me close the player overlay. So I’m not able to add music when it already started playing.

For the moment I remember to select all the music I want to add to my playlist before start driving calculating the length of the trip so I don’t have to stop just to close the app and make another selection.

App Privacy

The developer, Roman Burda, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More


  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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