Monday, March 21, 2016

The Android-version of “Cloud Mail.Ru» appeared in music player –

«Cloud Mail.Ru» for Android has got a music player that supports all popular audio formats. Now, the application automatically makes playlists of files in a folder, as well as working with ready-made playlists, told CNews in Mail.Ru Group.

With the advent of the player to use music in the “Cloud” has become more convenient. Now you can not only transfer all music files, freeing up space in the memory of your smartphone or tablet, but also listen to them directly from the cloud, the company stressed.

The player “reads” playlists formats .m3u, .m3u8, .pls and markup .cue, and can also collect their own playlist. To do this, click on the audio file: the player begins to play it, and the playlist will automatically add all record in the same folder. The compositions can be listened to in a row or in a random order (shuffle).

In addition, the updated version of “Clouds” for Android provides an additional option: any folder can be taken from the “cloud” on the main screen of the mobile device, and thus, get quick access to your favorite playlist.

«” Cloud “- this has long been not just an online store, we systematically develop its capacity to work with different types of content, including audio – said Anna Artamonov , Vice -President Mail.Ru Group, head of business unit “Mail and portal.” – Most often listened to music on the go, so we decided to start a mobile version by the Android platform. Over time, the same functionality will appear in the iOS app and a web version of the service. ”

The player in “Cloud Mail.Ru» supports almost all popular audio files extension – from the .mp3, .wav and .wma to .flac ,. m4a, .ogg, and .aac. Users can even listen to the tracks that have never been reproduced on his smartphone or tablet. If the device does not support audio tracks format, cloud player will automatically convert it into playable. The conversion is performed instantly, and “on the fly”, while the original file is not changed, the company explained.


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