Wednesday, April 29, 2015

5 free best video-player apps for Android

5 free best video-player apps for Android

MX Player

 MX Video Player is probably the most famous and downloaded video player app for android on play Store and the reasons are obvious: the app supports multi-core decoding, CPU optimizations , child lock, full compatibility with Jelly Bean and of course the ability to play almost any type of video with subtitles. Well, the good things about MX Video Player for Android doesn’t end here, The player also allow to control playback with simple gestures, like swiping up/down for volume adjustments, or swipe left/right for rewind/forward into the video. If you’ve never tried it, now is the time to do so considering the enormous potential and pleasant graphics that it offers. The recent update brought an improved hardware decoder called H/W+. It also runs on the Nexus 7 tablet and offers background play.

VLC Player

 VLC media player is a free and open source cross-platform multimedia player that plays most multimedia files as well as discs, devices, and network streaming protocols.This is a BETA version of the port of VLC media player to the Android™ platform. It plays both audio and video.It is intended for everyone, but this version is not perfectly stable.It is still a beta, so it might kill your kitten or destroy your house, but it should be mostly fine now.

Mobo Video Player

With an excellent grid interface of your video collection Mobo Video Player Pro for Android allows to find videos easily rather than searching them through different folders as the app itself scan videos through storage and organise them. Similar to QQPlayer, Mobo Video Player also allows to hide videos.

VPlayer Video Player

VPlayer is one of the few video players for android available on the Play Store with true Hardware Playback option. VPlayer is available on a trial basis to test it for a week, then you have to buy the unlocker. Although it’s not supported by many devices and the basic features are more or less the same as other software mentioned above, VPlayer is an alternative to be considered because it consumes very little battery and hardware acceleration is really good. Not to mention that the graphics treated in detail . It is able to play all kinds of popular video formats, like MKV, AVI, MOV, FLV, TS, M4V, 3GP. It also can browse the file system or stream video content. It has ability to playback Full HD video on the latest dual/quad-core devices. It also has a very good-looking, clean UI with the latest ICS element in place.