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Stream Your Sky Drive Music To Your Android Device With SkyAMP
The Cloud… A digital frontier… I tried to picture… Hang on a second, wrong introduction. The cloud is a concept that has been gaining a tremendous amount of attention over the past couple of years. The concept of having a virtual hard drive with you wherever you are and without having to spend money on new memory cards every time is a fantastic concept, one which everyone enjoys. Music services taking advantage of cloud storage are plentiful these days, but you need the right app to access each one. XDA member jleexp brings us an app for being able to use Microsoft’s Windows Live SkyDrive. The app is fully featured and as previously mentioned, it allows you to access your favorite music from anywhere (as long as you have an internet connection, that is).
Please take a look at it and leave your thoughts and feedback in the thread.
SkyAmp is a cloud MP3 player uses Windows Live SkyDrive as online storage. You can keep all your MP3 files in the cloud so that you can enjoy music with your Android devices anywhere and anytime. With several easy steps, you can enjoy the benefit of cloud music:
You can find more information in the application thread.
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