Media Players For iOS And Android
Presently photos, music and videos are accessed through mobile and this habit is increasing every day. Most of use the in-built apps on phones, whereas there are many third-party apps are available in the market for which have better user-interface and features.
Let us look at the top ten media apps for the smartphone.
Infuse is really good choice, because it has an easy yet great interface and a media player that supports all kinds of file. Infuse 3 even automatically pulls metadata from the Internet for movies in the app, and displays them theatre ticket format.
Owned by VideoLAN, most of us have heard about it and is quite popular. It is for iOS and Android, supporting even subtitles file. It is great player for people who want to watch videos while traveling. Simple interface, good support and consistency makes it a great choice. It is a media library, with Wi-Fi Uploads and Downloads, Dropbox, Google Drive, iCloud Drive, OneDrive & Box.com integration, and optional passcode lock.
It supports various formats and the plays the videos very efficiently. It allows you to zoom and move the subtitles. It also features the Hindi interface and if you have an Android TV, it works very well. It has themes and automatic subtitling, which works smoothly for such a small app.
It is designed for iOS and is very interesting music player and sports high resolution FLAC playback natively and is compatible with audio profiles of various popular headphone brands including Beyerdynamic, Sennheiser, and more.
BlackPlayer EX has interface that can be customised and best audio options. While the current trend with apps is to fuzz down the album art as the background, BlackPlayer EX permits you to customise that also.
It’s Playing Pro
Playing Pro supports multiple formats and subtitles, allows to auto-download the latter. You even get control over what quality to playback videos in formats that are not supported by hardware decoding. It’s Playing Pro allows you to view files downloading support, Dropbox, Youtube, and more. It also supports hard drives like Sandisk Connect and Seagate Satellite.
It is great app for viewing photos and managing them. It is detailed, allows tagging and is password protected. You can arrange photos as per location. It is simple to use and a good upgrade over your default gallery app. It gives you detailed information about your photograph.
Google Photos is pretty extraordinary as it is good way to find and manage your photos. Once you start working with the Albums, Stories, and editing tools, you will feel satisfied of your photographic skills.
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by techtalks @TechTalks November 26, 2015 10:46 AM UTC