Cloudbeats App Reviews

By Roman Burda

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Cloudbeats app review

Cloudbeats App Info

  • 637 Ratings
  • Price: $6.99
  • Category: Music
  • Updated: Nov 28 2019
  • Version: 2.26.
  • Size: 42.00 MB
  • Seller: Roman Burda
  • © Roman Burda

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Customer Reviews of the Cloudbeats App

Crashes constantly

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Roland Munsil's Review of Cloudbeats

Reviewed on 9/8/18 6:30 PM

I can usually only get it to play one song before it crashes. Basically completely useless

Perfect for learning a new instrument?

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ps444444444's Review of Cloudbeats

Reviewed on 9/4/18 6:45 AM

I bought this app because I wanted to create playlists of music that I am learning and want to practice with, and that I have stored all over the place. This app does that very easily, ... PLUS you can slow down (or speed up) playback of songs, which is great when you’re learning something new. Luv it!. (Don’t be cheap, buy the pro version.)

Gapless Playback Issues

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R_B_99's Review of Cloudbeats

Reviewed on 9/28/18 3:01 AM

I went ahead and bought this app because I got tired of what Apple Music does to my music (replacing my mixes with their mixes.) What I liked about this app is the ability to have gapless playback, which is hard to find...but, the gapless on this app has issues. When I play some of my gapless albums, the gap is still there (even though they play gapless on my iPod) - and other gapless albums will play gapless, but they cut off the prior song about a millisecond too soon - so it kind of ‘skips’ into the next song, rather than a smooth gapless transition. If these issues can be fixed, I will give this a 5 star - but as it is, I don’t think it was worth the $4.99.

Outstanding cloud player

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jeff_athletic's Review of Cloudbeats

Reviewed on 9/27/18 7:58 PM

Even though I use streaming services, I still buy music, and I store my mp3s on OneDrive. Once Microsoft dropped Groove Music on iOS and Android, I needed to find a good cloud player to play (stream or download) my OneDrive music. I tried a lot of them, but most of them had shortcomings. But not Cloud Beats. It ticks all the boxes- easy connection to my cloud, great library organization, great playback controls, great integration with phone, beautiful, easy to use UI, and excellent sound quality. I couldn’t be happier with Cloud Beats. In fact, I’m glad MS dropped Groove Music player for iOS, because it forced me to find Cloud Beats, and it’s MUCH better.

Great!

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Frozen_tuna's Review of Cloudbeats

Reviewed on 9/17/18 12:36 AM

Except one thing i cannot use the equalizer.

Wow! Great app!

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Appmonsterchick's Review of Cloudbeats

Reviewed on 9/15/18 9:43 PM

I was looking for an app to use to play an offline playlist of songs from independent artisti for a work function. I tried several apps but they were either too clunky, had very annoying ads or wouldn’t allow me to use local files that weren’t already in iTunes. Cloudbeats works perfectly. Uploading the files to Dropbox or OneDrive was easy. I had a question and their tech support got back to me with an answer (including screen shots) very quickly. I highly recommend Cloudbeats!

Pretty good

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DenyNoGuest's Review of Cloudbeats

Reviewed on 9/10/18 3:13 AM

It’s a great app. It’s missing a few things that would make it the best, though. The ability to edit metadata in-app would be fantastic. The ability to automatically upload from Google Drive without having to play the music first is essential. An equalizer and a volume normalizer would make this app the best. I would pay more for stuff like this.

Great Replacement for Defunct Groove Music

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TheAngryGM's Review of Cloudbeats

Reviewed on 8/28/19 2:00 PM

As said, I was looking to replace MS Groove so I could access the music stored in my OneDrive on the go. This works great. It’s stable, pulls music from many different cloud storage services, and is even compatible with my Hyundai’s Apple CarPlay system. Zero complaints.

Nice interface, needs to run smoother

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ipadfilmz's Review of Cloudbeats

Reviewed on 8/28/19 2:00 PM

Solid music playing app. Works best if you use a music tagging program to tag your files with metadata (title, artist, cover art, etc) for this app to use to sort your music into genre’s, by artist, whatever. Had trouble with the app being able to synch all files on a google Drive, better function on Dropbox. Main problem: takes way too long to cue up a track. If you play an album start to finish its fine, but if you want to bounce around and play random songs, the app takes 20-30 seconds to cue up each track. Very choppy. If the app were updated to play tracks quickly it would be much better. Need to be able to pick a track, tap “play” and have the track play instantly. Not happening here.

Best cloud player

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Tekka787's Review of Cloudbeats

Reviewed on 8/28/19 2:00 PM

Unlike the other cloud best systems that I use where sometimes the songs that I previously had disappeared, that’s not the case with cloud beats. Although it is a simple UI, the concept works. I upload my music to a cloud drive and then I’m able to access it on any iOS device that I own. I really recommend this simple and useful app.