CloudBeats: music player

Last modified
Friday, February 14, 2020

Description of App

Save space on a device, have instant access to your audio files anywhere.Listen to your music, audiobooks and podcasts directly from the cloud ! If you've got large iTunes music library this music player is the perfect solution to access your favorite songs and entire music library - without taking up any extra device space and synchronization hassle. Once you moved your music collection to the cloud, CloudBeats connects to any of your cloud storage including DropBox, Box, SkyDrive, Google Drive and Mediafire and streams your music directly from there. Offline mode allows you to download your favorite albums and songs for offline playback - meaning that you can listen to music, even when you aren’t connected to the internet. Features 
  • plays mp3, aac, m4a, wav, aiff, m4r, mp4, caf, mov
  • offline playback mode ! download your favorite albums on device for listening without internet connection.
  • create playlists from music in multiple cloud services
  • personal Radio - a mix from your music collection in the cloud
  • repeat and shuffle
  • album art in the player
  • favorite folders for fast access
  • gesture controls in the player
  • narration speed control and bookmark for audiobooks listening
  • sleep timer
  • local search - works over the folders that you have opened at least once
  • Airplay is supported
  • single universal app for iPhone and iPad
* Please note that the app cannot play drm protected files purchased on Itunes Store.** Google Music service is not supported



Free or Paid


Apple Watch Support

Not Known

iOS Version


Device(s) App Was Tested On


Accessibility Comments

For the most part this appears to be very accessible. However, there are a few minor issues. Firstly, when browsing one of your cloud services there is a button in the top left corner labeled with the name of the service. When you double-tap on that button, a menu is displayed. There is no cancel option and swiping will have VoiceOver finding not only the options on the menu, but also the elements from the page that you were viewing before loading this menu. This can be rather confusing, especially as you can only make the menu disappear by using one of the menu options … or some of the elements from the previous page, which do seem to still work when this menu is being displayed. As I said, it's a little confusing … just like this description of the problem (smiles). Also a little confusing is the 'More' button on the playback screen which gives access to additional options. Without any visual cues, it can seem like there are multiple instances of the same control, and it's not immediately apparent which one is the one that will actually do something.

VoiceOver Performance

VoiceOver reads all page elements.

Button Labeling

All buttons are clearly labeled.


The app is fully accessible with VoiceOver, but the interface could be easier to navigate and use.


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