MX Player: Powerful media player with background playback and new HW decoder
Wednesday 03rd of October 2012
Our Android devices are our pocket-size media hubs. We store our music files in them and listen to them while on the road. We also store our favorite videos so we can watch them whenever we want. Our Android devices have default music and video player apps that can play media files. But, if you want a player with more features, you should try installing third-party media players on your Android device. The Google Play Store offers numerous media player apps and one of those is the MX Player.The MX Player has been sitting on most Android devices due to the fact that it supports a lot of file formats. If that wasn’t enough, the app has also been recently updated. The app now packs a new H/W+ decoder, support for Tegra 3-powered devices, Vietnamese language translations, and background playback.When you open the app, it automatically scans for media files on your Android device. No need to manually add them to the player. But, in case your media files aren’t detected, you can manually add the file extension of the media files so the app can automatically add your files when
RealPlayer is a WIP media player with potential [Video App Reviews]
Friday 25th of June 2010
Real Networks was once one of the most recognizable brands in online media; then people wised up and switched to MP3 downloads and streaming services. Though its notoriety in music has fallen, Real hasn’t disappeared from music completely – it still has an Android app worthy of a glance and a listen.Real Player is a media management and playback tool that handles music, video, and photographs. It’s not the prettiest app in any bunch, and is still in beta, meaning users are likely to discover bugs and errors. (For me, this typically happens when using the slideshow feature). However, those willing to stomach these shortcomings will be rewarded with options not available in the default Music app.Music can be viewed according to Artists, Albums, Genres, Ratings, Most Played, and Recently Added. The ability to easily slide between sections is one of the major reasons I loved Sony’s Mediascape, and RealPlayer is a pleasure to use if songs in your library are appropriately tagged. The great playback feature makes it much easier to deal with the awkward appearance. Here’s a video
Media player with a stop button
Tuesday 10th of January 2012
Hello all, I've downloaded and uninstalled a few highly recommended media players as I'm looking for one that can stop and go back to the beginning of the song, rather than just pause a song. I guess I'm too used to the Windows player. Does such a player exist for my Vizio tablet? Thanks so much! Sent from my VTAB1008 using Android Tablet Forum
Podcast/media player with 2X playback speed?
Sunday 04th of July 2010
Anyone know of a podcast/media player app that can playback audio at 2X speed? I desperately miss this one feature from the iPhone.
Media player with mp4 and jpeg support
Tuesday 16th of April 2013
Hi!Is there any media player app which can play mp4 videos and jpeg-files? There should not be any buttons visible while playing and playlist should be looped. PC version of vlc-player can do this, but is there any app for android devices?
Samsung announces the Galaxy Player 70 Plus, a personal media player with a 5-inch display and dual-core CPU
Monday 05th of March 2012
Samsung must be doing something right with their line of personal media players, because they’ve gone ahead and released another one! Today, Samsung announced the Galaxy Player 70 Plus, another personal media player that does everything an Android-powered Samsung Galaxy phone does, except for make calls.At the moment, the Galaxy Player 70 Plus is only available in Korea. It features a 5-inch WVGA (800 x 480) TFT LCD display, a 1GHz dual-core processor, Android 2.3. Gingerbread with Samsung’s TouchWiz UI on top, microSD card slot, a 5-megapixel camera, a 2500mAh battery. All o…Continue Reading HereSamsung announces the Galaxy Player 70 Plus, a personal media player with a 5-inch display and dual-core CPUJonathan Radande – droidmatters.com
Media player with replaygain compatibility
Saturday 19th of June 2010
Hi everybody,The title says it all. I was wondering if someone knows of a media player compatible with replaygain tags.I have a very extensive music collection, each song having been "sound levelled" with replaygain tags added, and I sure would like to benefit from the levelling on my HTC Magic too!TIA!Nicolas Racine
Searching for a WiFi Media Player with HDD support
Tuesday 02nd of October 2012
Hi everyone,I'm trying to find a WiFi (n) media player for my bedroom TV to stream internet channels like Youtube etc. as well as being able to play back movies from an external USB HDD.Doesn't have to have a Blue-ray drive.Most important part is that it has a good WiFi reception and NTFS HDD support. Must have video playback capabilities: Xvid, MKV, h.264, mov everything else is secondary.I've been looking for hours but couldn't find a serious device that offers all of that while still being reasonably priced or reliable.Often the WiFi capabilities are sub par so it's really important to have good WiFi reception.Does not require Android OS - if you know of another device that meets the above requirements just post the model name and manufacturer and I look into it.I hope someone here has some streaming experience with such devices Thanks in advance!
media player with slow motion
Tuesday 14th of December 2010
I coach athletics and use my phone to video my athletes training and then watch them back to spot errors. Is there a media player app that plays video back in slow motion as this would be a big help.
media player with button support
Wednesday 14th of August 2013
after having a shield for a few days (got it on the 8th) and just today playing around with the media players on this...i am saddened that none have button support for when the cover is closed.does anyone know of any media player that does this?and how the hell do i sort music by the first letter of each song :/?