Listening to music on the go is great, but it isn’t always as practical as it sounds, despite modern smartphones. Storing music will take up disk space, which on many phones is at a premium. Streaming music is the next best thing, but many services charge for the privilege. Evermusic Pro is an app which charges just a small amount to give you more long-term music options, such as streaming from your personal collection.
The idea behind Evermusic Pro is to let you play music from the cloud. Connecting to various cloud accounts or even to your home computer, you can essentially set up your very own curated streaming service, available when you want, without any further costs. This program can connect to music stored on Google Drive, Dropbox, OneDrive, Box, MEGA, Yandex.Disk and WebDAV, plus it plays various formats such as mp3, aac, m4a, wav, aiff, and m4r. You can even play audiobooks and listen offline if you have the space to save the files. The software looks smart, with a sleek glass effect, plus it has a lot of features.
Make your own music service
The downside of Evermusic Pro is that you could just use free streaming software. However, for this one price, you could set up your own streaming service via the cloud, with no ads or limitations. Serious music fans should try it out.