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  • Create your own free Spotify with Cloudbeats

    One of the things Spotify and the like cause is that records and songs kept at home end up in an abandoned drawer or, in the worst case, a trash can. And for digital music collections, many of those songs have already been moved to your operating system's Trash. First download the Spotify Premium Free on page: https://techtodown.com/spotify-premium-apk-mod/ version to make the feature connection.

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    But music streaming services don't always have that song or album you save on your computer. The only solution is to keep it safe on your PC or Mac or upload it to the cloud so you can listen to it alone.

    And this is where CloudBeats comes in, a free app available for iPhone and Android that lets you play music that you save in the cloud. That is, if you have songs stored in Dropbox, Google Drive or OneDrive, you can use CloudBeats as your specific Spotify with songs that are not in your catalog and only you keep.

    CloudBeats is an outstanding music player because it plays online content. Specifically, you can play music files from services like Box, Dropbox, OneDrive, Google Drive, ownCloud, NextCloud, pCloud, HiDrive, and in the case of the iPhone, also from Mediafire and a Western Digital cloud service named My Cloud Home.

    But that's not all. In addition to listening to your songs stored on those virtual discs, you can also download them in case you want to play your music offline. In other words, CloudBeats acts as both a streaming player and a classic local file player. Not only that, it supports many different formats besides popular MP3, such as M4A or FLAC.

    More interesting features. CloudBeats allows you to create playlists, control music by skipping or rewinding seconds, search by key name, play in random mode, schedule shutdown before bedtime and of course, play all content audio content, music, podcasts, or audiobooks.

    And if all of this isn't enough, you can send the music playing in CloudBeats to another device like a speaker or TV via Chromecast or AirPlay, depending on your platform.

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