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Google Music Beta will let you store your music in the cloud and play it from a browser. The problem is that you need to request an invite, and only in the US. But You can get an invite using proxy , see this link Note: Google Music Beta is a fine proof of concept, letting you store your music in the cloud and play it from a browser, but getting all the ...
Open Drive will work for what you want. I currently use it to host music files I want to play from a playlist on a forum portal page. It is free to sign up, and there is limited bandwidth and space for the free accounts, but copright isn't an issue. Once uploaded, there are a few options. You can examine the file properties and get a streaming link, or a ...
SugarSync offers 5GB of storage and a web based music player; http://www.sugarsync.com/blog/2008/09/08/introducing-sugarsyncs-music-player/ You can sign up here; https://www.sugarsync.com/signup?startsub=5 Hope this helps. Referral Link Disclaimer Use this referral link; ...
Not really a web app as such but you might want to look at Opera Unite; http://unite.opera.com/applications/ Specifically the stream media application; http://unite.opera.com/application/322/ Stream video and audio to your friends right in browser. Hope this helps
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