The future of cloud is bright. Physical hard drives are no longer needed as long as you have quick access to any cloud storage. There are free services available but some may require you minimal fee. No matter how you access the cloud, you can't deny the fact that it's very convenient. You can just download any cloud app from the Google Play Store but only a few can work as an easy and reliable music player for all your audio files.
You see, music streaming is also one important use of cloud. There really is no need to store files in any USB or even your device's internal memory because you can save anything up in the cloud. Another cloud music player that you can try is CloudPlayer. It boasts a nice Material Design user interface that shows album and artist images in high resolution.
You are free to link this music player to your other cloud accounts like Google Drive, OneDrive, or Dropbox. You can also choose to download your playlist and stream songs for offline playback so you can always have music even when you don't have internet connection. What's good about the CloudPlayer app is that it offers a 10-band EQ, hi-fidelity lossless sound, and support for both Chromecast and AirPlay so you can cast music to wireless speakers and devices.
With the CloudPlayer app, you can also take advantage of the advanced sorting options for artists, albums, genres, and composers among others. App is free but some premium in-app items are available including an advanced 10 band equalizer, 17 presets and Preamp, SuperSound for headphone enhancement, lossless file format support for FLAC and ALAC and standard audio formats (wav, AAC, MP3, OGG, M4A, etc.), and lastly, importing and streaming WMA support.