Absolutely fantastic app. There just isn't anything better than this for playing streaming video without transcoding. Works brilliantly with a NAS setup, or with files on a hard drive, uPnP, etc. The Android TV version of the app is just about flawless puts this at the top of the best. An absolute must if you own any Android TV device, but shines spectacularly on nvidia shield complete with voice search.
Downsamples sound but otherwise great Sadly although the UI is great and the information and cover art functions are great movies with Dolby Digital or DTS soundtracks get downsampled. Makes it useless to me at home.
Well after paying for the app, I've used it for a while. It was quite nice when I didn't have many choices. I don't like it anymore with many bugs and lack of features... I can't rescan the video files from my external sd other than clearing data which will erase my setting. After clearing data, I can't select my sd card from the folder menu as it is grayed out. Very limited custom settings and no on screen rotation forcing. No floating window like other video players..... Thanks for the good old days.. EDIT: the recent update fixed the sd card issue thus i'm changing my review to 4 stars. Still no button for video file rescan in the "all videos." It seems that I still have to clear data to rescan my videos. Also, search menu doesn't return anything in the "all videos." Anyway, thanks for listening!
Absolute Best! Nothing better for streaming without transcoding.
Too many crashes and codec issues, but still the best I've found.
The best video player at all. It brings subtitle quickly, posters and information of movie. I like it and I hope you guys to keep supporting for this app
NEW: dynamic external storage detection and multi-storage support : sdcard with non standard mount points and several external disks on tv box that supports it can now be browsed and indexed
NEW: Shared resume points between different devices for SMB file shares are back
Fix UPnP service crash
Fix SMB crash
Fix Android TV pre Lollipop crash