Sure there are plenty of cloud music services out there, giving you access to unlimited songs with unlimited playbacks even for free. But that doesn’t mean you should just ignore all that sweet, soulful music you collected through your entire life. No, that would be just mean.
Instead, you could choose to host all your precious music to a cloud drive like Google Drive, Dropbox, One Drive, etc. and have it available for streaming on your Android device. Sounds cool, right? Having your own music storage hosted on cloud and available for streaming anytime and anywhere in the world is definitely cool.
Also, this whole setup won’t cost you a single dime. Google and Microsoft are already offering good cloud storage capacity for free on their respective Google Drive and One Drive cloud storage services. And as for music streaming on your Android device, there are a number of free Apps available on the Play Store.
We recommend using the CloudPlayer app by doubleTwist, it’s most clean app we came across while searching for apps to stream music from Google Drive to Android devices. The app supports most music formats and has a good list of features as well, like support for AirPlay and Chromecast, hi-fidelity lossless sound, 10-band EQ and more.
CloudPlayer also has option to disable Mobile Data and only use WiFi while streaming music from cloud, so you really don’t have to worry about your data cap while streaming.
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