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About this app

BSPlayer is top hardware accelerated video player for Android smartphones and tablet PCs.

Main features:
- multi-core (dual and quad-core) HW decoding support - significantly improves playback speed
- background playback in popup window (long tap on button Back to playback video and audio in popup video)
- hardware accelerated video playback - increases speed and reduces battery consumption*
- Multiple audio streams and subtitles.
- Playlist support and various playback modes.
- External and embedded subtitles ssa/ass, srt, sub. txt...
- Find subtitles automatically (mobile data or wi-fi must be enabled to work)
- Playback media files such as videos and mp3's directly via Wi-Fi from your network shared drives/folders (such as external USB drives, Samba (SMB/CIFS) shared drives, PC shared folders, NAS servers (Synology and others)) - no need to convert video files and copy media files to SD card anymore!
- Playback files directly from uncompressed RAR files
- Lock screen to prevent accidental change of videos (children lock)
- support for USB OTG (On-The-Go) for example: Nexus media importer, USB OTG Helper, USB Host Controller... and much more!

This package includes support for ARMv7 with VFP and NEON. For other CPU types please download appropriate package. Application will notify you which package you need.

BSPlayer version is ad-supported video player. BSPlayer full version without advertisements with added functionality is available on Google Play.

NOTE: When reporting error please add info about your smartphone brand and model. Also you can send us more detailed bug report on e-mail We are trying to improve the player for the users and your feedback is appreciated.

This software uses code of FFmpeg licensed under the LGPLv2.1 and its source can be downloaded from BSPlayer website.

Dedicated forum can be found here:

*Hardware acceleration support depends on device video decoder capability. Hardware accelerated playback in portrait mode may be corrupted on some HTC models (HD and others - hardware issue). Also on some devices (Samsung galaxy S2) zoom/stretch may not work on all video types.

Translations and corrections of the translations can now be submitted here:!

Don't forget to vote 5 stars if you like it and if you don't - let us know why! :)

Screenshots taken from following movies under Creative Commons license:
Sintel - © copyright Blender Foundation |
Tears of Steel - (CC) Blender Foundation |
Updated on
Jul 1, 2022

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145K reviews
A Google user
April 24, 2020
Edit 3/4/20: I thought it was only fair to amend my review. For a week after the update it did not work. Then suddenly it started working. I made no changes to my device, did not even restart it. Don't know if tbe author did a quick fix or what, but it does not crash anymore trying to read files. [Old review] Great update guys! BSPlayer has been working fine for years, but now if I try to play my mp3 files on my SD card it freezes and dies. I dont have time for this.
59 people found this review helpful
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A Google user
March 28, 2020
***Update: Player doesn't recognize any of my 2GB+ size videos (the 40 missing files). Legacy version sees all my videos. Also, Audio Offset pop-up window is WAY too big/opaque and in the worst spot -- I can't see mouths move while adjusting the offset. Also, Audio Offset needs to remember specific value for each video.*** Only shows 16 of my 56 videos. Won't "Open from storage..." the missing 40 videos. Rescanning doesn't work. Tried Pro version also, got same result and refunded it.
24 people found this review helpful
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Norbert K.
February 15, 2022
On PC this is still the best media player in my opinion. On smartphone...soso I noticed some annoying "features" there is in-app brightness adjustment which you can do on the touchscreen even by accident. The other thing is that I have about 200 videoclips and sometimes I don't watch them to the end...if I don't the player memorizing where I stopped on all of them and start them from there NOT from the beginning. It's not great to listen to songs from the 1:16 mark for example.
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What's new

- fixed playback problem from File manager or LAN when 'On play enqueue all files' was disabled
- stability improvements and bug fixes