As much as I would love to have all my music readily available on my BlackBerry devices, I really don't want to have it take up a lot of space. Cloud Player is the answer to my prayers. Cloud Player is a free application that turns your BlackBerry into an MP3 player with unlimited storage. Once you've set up your account online (www.CloudPlayer.me) and uploaded your music, you're ready to go. Your music will always be up to date with automatic syncing and available to access over your WiFi or carrier internet connection. With Cloud Player, you can search your music by artist or playlist and best of all, the app is FREE!
In an update coming soon, online users will have access to a "social" section with the option to view your friends' music libraries (including stats like recently uploaded, recently played, most played, etc). The folks over at Cloud Player LLC are wanting to explore the same option with their BlackBerry app at a future date so keep your eyes peeled for that possible update.
Cloud Player is supported on pretty much every device (including the 9900 & 9930) as well as all countries and carriers. A PlayBook app should be released sometime around September/October. If you're looking for a great way to have all your music at the tips of your figure without using up your device's precious space, check out Cloud Player today.
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