Evermusic is a free music app for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. It allows users to access their music from cloud storage locations such as DropBox, Box, OneDrive, and Google Drive.
The free version of Evermusic has advertisements, limits cloud storage linking to only three accounts, can only be used to create up to three playlists, and limits the tracks in the player and any playlist to 30. Basically, the free version is a way to try the program out before upgrading to the pro version for $.99. The pro version also lets you download playlists from cloud locations so that they may be played without an internet connection.
This app supports all popular music file types such as mp3, aac, m4a, wav, aiff, and m4r. In addition to letting users access their cloud-stored music, this app basically as all of the regular music player features you’d expected such as the ability to play music through airplay, repeat and shuffle, manage, copy, move, rename, and transfer files between cloud locations, and search for songs in your library.
If you want to have access to a large database of music on your phone, without it having it take up space on your phone, then this app is perfect. Obviously you’d have to purchase the $.99 upgrade to the pro version, but it’s worth it. Just keep in mind that any music you access over the internet could rack up data on your phone bill so you’ll have to balance bandwidth on cloud music vs. space on your phone (from which music can be played without any internet connection).