Video player apps for Android
Video player app is an essential app for a smartphone. Everyone loves to watch videos on our mobile devices. And we need video player apps for watch locally stored videos also. But most of them face an issue is that every video player apps does not support some video formats. It shows a message like ‘could not play this video. The file format is not supported!’. So then we pick up an another app for the play that video. We have lots of video player apps available for Android in Google Play Store. Here I just share some of the free video player apps.
AllCast is a video player app that supports to play videos on your device. And it helps you to send your locally stored photos, music, and videos on your Android mobile device to your TV. It lets you cast to Chromecast, Amazon FireTV, Apple TV, Xbox 360, Xbox One, Roku, WD TV, Samsung, Sony and Panasonic Smart TVs, and Other DLNA Renderers.
BSPlayer is one of the best video player app for Android devices. It has lots of good features like multi-core hardware decoding support, hardware accelerated playback and support for streaming from network (DLNA) devices, Playlist support, and various playback modes, It Finds subtitles automatically, It playback files directly from uncompressed RAR files etc.. You can check out more features on Google Play Store.
MX Player is a popular video player app. It supports lots of file formats. It has advanced hardware acceleration and subtitles support. And you can easily zoom in and out by pinching and swiping across the screen. Zoom and Pan are also available by option. MX Player is available on Google Play Store. You can easily install it from there.
It supported subtitles formats likes,
- DVD, DVB, SSA/ASS subtitle tracks.
- SubStation Alpha(.ssa/.ass) with full styling.
- SAMI(.smi) with Ruby tag support.