The proliferation of storage options compatible with the terminals Android makes a routinely taking files in different locations, as for example a card microSD or any of cloud storage services. And, this is not optimal to create playlists music, for example. As well, this and something that is solved with CloudPlayer.
This development, which is completely free, the differential to create playlists option no matter where are stored the files of music . In this way, it is possible to make use of the haves in the own smartphone, in places such as Dropbox and Google Drive and, of course, with external storage cards. Without a doubt, something that not many developments allow and which gives it a really high flexibility.
Another positive note of CloudPlayer is that it is completely free to get it from Play Store, so a test does not cost anything and should not go thinking if you like or not. In addition, its compatibility is high, since you only need 32 MB of free space and operating system Android 4.1 or higher. In the picture below you can get the development:
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CloudPlayer a complete application
Apart from the differential element previously commented, the player offers everything you need to be the option of regular users use since it has everything which is usually demand a development of this type. For example, it includes a useful 10-band equalizer; wide compatibility with different types of files (such as MP3, OGG or FLAC); access to wireless devices; drop shipment to Chromecast; design type Material Design; and, of course, full-screen playback.
Within CloudPlayer, obviously, it is necessary to link the accounts of storage, as discussed before, or other services such as OneDrive and, the truth is that the integration is perfect. Other applications for Google’s operating system can also find them in this section of Android support.
The article CloudPlayer a player that creates playlists from anywhere was published in AndroidAyuda.