Simple app, pretty much every options are present. Plays all format videos with subtitles. The best thing which I like most is that the app is ad-free. Good control functionalities and easy to use. Hats off to dev team for this wonderful app. My only suggestion is that the interface can be made more simple and attractive and there is bug too. A blue rectangular box appears on the screen while watching videos. I have to drag it down always to get rid of it from the screen.
Asks for a review to unlock features immediately upon opening. Haven't had a chance to test it yet, so may revise upwards if it is good enough to warrant it. It should offer unlock for 7-14 days of all features then ask for review. Haven't found a place yet to change screen orientation inside the player when viewing, so may not go any higher.
App promised full version if I left a review. This is the third review I'm leaving; haven't ad the full version yet. When an app maker wants a review before you've even had a chance to use the app, AND tries to bribe you into giving a good review, AND doesn't give the pay-off that's been promised, what kind of quality can you expect from that maker's app? This may very well be a flawless product; I'll never know because I'll never use it - I've had enough of being lied to, etc. Try the app if you want, but don't expect much from it.
Great little video player. Intuitive interface. Works well. This has replaced VLC for me which recently surfaced some issues with network playback/access. Wishlist: <> Bigger player controls (especially playback speed - can be hard to hit the +/- buttons and increments in 0.5 rather than 0.4) <> Ability to play a folder of videos
Solid media player, I read a review praising the app so I decided to try it out. Very pleased so far. It found my media servers on my network with no issue which is a big selling point for me. Plays the videos in their original format, no ads and so far its quite stable. Chromecast capability would be awesome. Great app.
It is loaded with features and is pretty straight forward. I don't see how to navigate to the SD card with the browse feature, though if you select the video or audio option then files from both internal and external memory are loaded. The only thing I didn't like was that playing videos makes my screen brightness go all of the way up and I don't see how to either keep that from happening or turn the brightness down a bit. Mind you, the system songs for screen brightness remain the same and even starting with the brightness turned all of the way down will still result in a blindingly bright screen. I love the features of this app but since I have a photosensitivity I may not be able to make use of this app.
Minor issues fixed