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Cloud Music Player for iPhone [iCloud, Google Drive, OneDrive]

If you have saved lots of music to cloud drive, here are 5 best free cloud music player for iPhone that you can use to play music on iCloud, Google Drive, OneDrive, etc.

Updated Jan 04,2019 | by Cody

Nowadays, it is very convenient to stream music from your cloud drive because of the fast internet speed. In this article, I will show you a few cloud music player for iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch. Whether you store music to iCloud or other cloud drives, you can find a perfect cloud music player for iOS.

The good news is that most of them are free. You can pick one and download it from AppStore. Then you can start streaming music on Cloud drive. You can also download the music to listen to them offline.

#1: Cloud Music Player - Listener 

Cloud Music Player is a free app that offers in-app purchase. The free version comes with some ads without any limitations in use. You can play and download as many songs as you like. If you prefer a clean app, you only need to pay 0.99$ to remove ads.

Cloud Music Player

Cloud Music Player has access to the three most popular cloud drives, Google Drive, OneDrive,and Dropbox. You can listen to them online to save space on your iPhone. Besides, this app also allows you to import music from Windows PC or Mac via iTunes File Sharing.

#2: Cloud Music - Stream & Offline

Compared with Cloud Music Player, Cloud Music supports more cloud drives. This app allows you to steam music from Dropbox, Box, Google Drive, OneDrive, ownCloud, and Yandex.Disk. This cloud music player also supports free lossless format, so you can also use this to play FLAC on iPhone.

Cloud Player

Once you import all music to this app, you can organize your music files by artist, album and song regardless where they are stored. You can also set a music sleep timer to automatically turn off music playback when you go to sleep.

However, you cannot enjoy all the features for free. You need to pay 1.99$ to unlock Google Drive unlimited playback and another 1.99$ to unlock another cloud drive.

#3: Cloud Beats

Cloud Beats is a paid app and you can get it from AppStore for 4.99$. It has access to Google Drive, DropBox, Box, OneDrive, Amazon Cloud Drive, Mediafire, ownCloud and your personal NAS.

cloud beats

With Cloud Beats, not only can you play all formats of music, but also play audiobooks, and podcasts. If you upgrade to the paid version, you can use Cloudbeats with Chromecast and download tracks.

#4: Cloud Indeed

Cloud Indeed is a powerful one to manage all of your cloud music in one place. You can manage multiple cloud accounts from the same service provider. Instead of cloud music player, Cloud Indeed is actually a cloud manager that allows you play, view, or manage all kinds of files that you saved to cloud drive.

cloud indeed

Cloud Indeed supports Dropbox, Google Drive, OneDrive and Box. It's stable, easy to use and powerful. The free version allows you to add one cloud drive for free. If you leave a 5 start review, you can add another account for free.

#5: iCloud Music Player

As you can all these cloud music player apps do not support iCloud because Apple does not give iCloud access to third party apps. fortunately, that does not mean you cannot play music in iCloud on iPhone.

You can use the Files app, which I believe is pre-installed on your iOS device before shipping. With Files app, you can play any songs saved in iCloud including FLAC music. The only problem is that you can only play one song at a time.

In 2018, Apple has introduced Siri Shortcuts in iOS 12. You can use Shortcuts app to play some or all music in an iCloud folder. You just free download the Shortcuts app and get this iCloud Music Player shortcut. 

When you run this shortcut, you can select the order to play all the music in iCloud. If needed, you can also set up a sleep timer.

iCloud Music Player


Tips: You may need to change the shortcut File Path to where you save the music.

That’s all the 5 cloud music player apps for iPhone. Which one are you going to try first? If you have a better suggestion, leave in the comments.

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