CloudBeats: Does the job well Review

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Does the job well
Works great. Clean UI. No frills. I haven't figured out how favorites work though.
joe_kutner on Oct 18, 2013 for CloudBeats
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Useful and stable!
This is exactly what I needed. Since iOS7 I haven't been able to connect to my Linux laptop to transfer music, and cloudbeats saved the day! Access to both Dropbox and google drive is great. My only suggestion is that it'd be nice to be able to view all my folders from all the servers that I've linked. As it is, I have to view either Dropbox or google drive an I never remember which albums I put where.
Seismonerd on Oct 17, 2013 for CloudBeats
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Love it
The software provides a way to listen to my music from Microsoft sky drive as advertised. Too bad Microsoft can't incorporate this feature into their app! By design? Who knows. This does the trick.
distantdark on Oct 16, 2013 for CloudBeats
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Worth The Price
Thanks to this app, I no longer need to purchase a new iPod. The compatibility with each of the mentioned cloud services gives me enough space for my entire music collection, and then some. The music buffers quickly, along with the option to have each track or an entire album loop. My phone is officially the best media device I've ever had thanks to this app.
Neko885 on Oct 16, 2013 for CloudBeats
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The Best ? If with gMusic !
We all love it ! Please add gMusic in the app ... So far . It is the best !
Mr La la la on Oct 16, 2013 for CloudBeats
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Great Player for Old Time Radio Stored on Dropbox
I installed this app after trying out the horribly buggy TuneBox. Although I had to shell out more money for a second app that does the same thing, Cloud Beats was worth it. It hasn't crashed once on me and it has a really great audiobook mode that allows you to set bookmarks and skip back or ahead 30 seconds at a time. This is good for listening to radio shows (I use it to exclusively stream Old Time Radio dramas) as well, or anything that requires you to pick up where you left off. It also streams by default, allowing you the option to download for offline use. The playlist feature is also nifty, and it keeps an automatic playlist of recent files you've listened to. My only complain, and this is minor, is that the design of some of the elements, Like the floating audiobook controls, seem unfinished. But it's still a good-looking and easy-to-use app overall.
erikeric on Oct 15, 2013 for CloudBeats
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