I am recent user of CloudPlayer app for Android and that is first and up to now only Android app for which I was willing to pay some money. That good is your app for me!
I purchased CloudPlayer primary for playing audio files stored on OneDrive. Regarding the playback and streaming quality, the app is great, and I do not have anything to the complain about. The CloudPlayer’s interface is optimised for playing music (songs and instrumentals), but I am using Cloud Player primary for listening my audiobooks stored on my OneDrive.
I noticed that you installed Magic Radio functionality, which his working great, and I am wondering if there is a chance in near future to develop and implement in the same manner some audiobook specific functionalities in Cloud Player? By that I primary consider modifications in Albums (to be more book friendly) and Bookmarks functionality in playback?
Most of audiobook player apps are closely related with book publishers and they are primary created for reading and purchasing with audiobook player as some sort of not particularly well developed add-on. Additionally, not even one that I tested does not have functionality for playing audio book files stored on Google Disk, OneDrive or Dropbox.
I presume that an application which is just super capable audio player, like CloudPlayer already is, and which do not force users to purchase titles form specific publisher, should have no problem to get users willing to pay some money for it.
What do you think?
Danijel Kramarić, Zagreb, Croatia
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