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.
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.
Automatically found all of the videos on my phone for easy access, and plays them with good quality. The only gripes i have are 1) it tries to be a bit TOO smart by guessing at titles and cover art for my videos (and does so incorrectly, causing my tennis videos to be labeled as random movies) and 2) poor options for frame by frame viewing (no buttons to step forward and backward by a single frame) and changing the speed of video playback can cause you to miss a few frames. If #2 was fixed then I'd rate 5 stars
Yesterday i was able to play mp4 home videos, but today i get an error message on all network based videos that the player "stopped working" right at the start. Once this is fixed and chromecast is added for android, this seems to be one of the most intuitive (and fastest network reading) app to use for playing home videos from any location...
In general, seems well put together, and reasonably comprehensive. If I had to nit-pick, then being able to easily choose and/or stop/start at a *specific* point in the timeline of the respective media file one is checking out would be a useful addition - or did I miss something really obvious? For those inveterate tweakers and decorators out there, some ability to customise/skin as well. Then again, one has to also know when to stop and say enough is enough!
Pros: scanned and found network servers at once, loads videos quickly from network storage, can download subtitles. Cons: not at all intuitive, still searching for settings to adjust tiny app font, define gestures, etc.
Minor issues fixed