CloudMe is pleased to announce its updated streaming music service.
“Music storage has always been an integral part of our service’s offerings, but now we can even offer the possibility to build and save playlists directly from telephones as well as tablets and computers”, says Mathias Ericsson, CEO of CloudMe.
How do you currently listen to music? Do you listen to music stored on your computer, iPod or the like? Or do you have a membership to a streaming music service like Spotify or Wimp? Either way, you are locked into a device or a membership. You must choose between listening to music you own or music you rent. Many have chosen memberships over their own extensively built-up music collection. Unfortunately, once you cancel your membership with a streaming music service like Spotify, you have nothing left to show for the monthly fees you were charged. You don’t own any of the music you paid to listened to.
CloudMe’s newly updated music service offers the ability to stream your own music everywhere. With CloudMe, music playlists can easily be built, saved and listened to from your phone, tablet or computer. Enjoy listening to playlists built from your entire music collection, both the music that you made as well as that which was paid. CloudMe supports several audio formats which may vary based on browser and device.
CloudMe supported audio formats – mp3, m4a, ogg, wav and m3u playlists
Wishing you all the best this holiday season!
The CloudMe Team