Want to enjoy music on your Android phone by streaming songs from your cloud storage services such as GDrive, Dropbox, Box and OneDrive? Here is how you can simply do that with an app called CloudAmpz.

CloudAmpz is free and straightforward to setup and use. It is able to playback audio (MP3, FLAC and OGG) stored locally, on GDrive, Dropbox, Box and OnDrive. It supports multiple accounts and lets you stream audio to your Android phone or Chromecast receiver.



Installation Instruction

Install the app from Play Store. Run the app and select which of your auto-detected cloud accounts you wish to use with the app and tap OK button.

Now, accept the sharing request, tap “flashing” folder button to find music tracks to add to your playlist. When you are done, tap back to return to the player and start enjoying.

The app has a convenient, smooth, and has an intuitive user interface and the built-in equalizer and bass boost option lets you enhance your listening.

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