N/APosted on - 06/21/2015
Samuel Johnson is my name. How the CloudPlayer does streams your music from One Drive, Dropbox and Google Drive? What are the functional features of CloudPlayer? What makes the CloudPlayer so special from other similar apps which is worth talking about? Are there any challenges or disadvantages of using this application as compared to other similar applications? Thank you.
The CloudPlayer In Relation To One Drive, Dropbox and Google Drive
Amazon’s Cloud Player service offers you another way of storing and streaming your music from the cloud but it has similarities to the cloud streaming service offered by Apple called iTunes Match. Cloud Player has 2 versions: the free version and the paid version. The free version allows you to store 250 songs and offers scan, match, and upgrade functions which you can also find in the paid version.
When using Cloud Player to store and stream your music, it doesn’t necessarily mean that it will upload all your music files to your cloud storage. Cloud Player will scan your collection for songs that are already available in the Amazon catalog. If some of your music files are not available in the catalog, it will upload your original file to your cloud storage.
The free version of Cloud Player can’t hold your entire music library because you are only limited to 250 songs. If you wish to upload more songs to your cloud storage beyond the 250 file ceiling, you can go with the paid version which is $24.99 a year. The paid version can store 250,000 songs. If you have music files that are in WMA, FLAC, or OGG formats, it will scan and match it with the catalog and replaces it with an MP3 version.
Though Cloud Player allows scanning of WMA, FLAC, or OGG formats, it does not allow you to stream, download, or upload these formats via the Cloud Player service.