Review from Neil Peelman
Does not play MPEG-2, must buy separate codec - $5 Does not play MPEG-2, must buy separate codec for $5. Glad I didn't buy the full version. Because with the additional codec purchase the price doubles. Though the user interface is great and network browsing is quick, I will still us MX player instead since its free and played the codecs.
Still Some Features Are Missing Need Gestures Option And A Better UI Of Player....If You Provided It I'll Give You 5 Stars
Holy crap! I ignored this video player because I figured it would suck. I am sorry! I tried vlc and really liked it but this is way better and easier to use! I love the artwork!
Best movie app by far!! Especially if using external HDD for movies (-;
It does not work properly Subtitles stay in the middle of the screen with no option to change this and streaming heavy video files mkv is extremely bugged (low fps). Without saying that if I quit the player, the video (film or series) start all over again from the beginning.
Had high hopes Fails to play one single stream.
Crashes when opening on NVidia Shield TV Last couple of updates just crash when I try and open the app on my Shield TV. Hope this gets fixed as this is my favorite video app
- Fix SDcard support on Android JellyBean (4.1, 4.2, 4.3)
- New option to make the audio delay persistent
- New subtitle chooser dialog when a perfect subtitle match is not found on opensubtitles.org
- Slightly modified brightness dialog
The best and the most popular video editor for Android, No Fee, No Time limited!