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Top 3 Android Video Player Applications

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Do you have your smarty Android phones with you? Talk about their wide and crisp display; I, for one, couldn't just get enough of them.


So, let me ask you this: how do you get the best of your Android screen under the screen protector? Those wide screens aren't built for nothing. Make use of them by streaming videos of your liking. But you wouldn't get the best of them either if you have a lousy video player. And so, check out the list below to get a seamless experience of video streaming:
#1: VLC Player App
Top 3 Android Video Player Applications - Image 1
Personally, I have been using VLC Player because, from the word of mouth, itâs totally awesome. Most video players are good, but only if you stick to the format they were intended to. Good thing about VLC Player is that it supports countless formats so you would be able to stream any video that you throw on it. And actually, it is one of the most popular video players on personal computers. So, if you are a first-time user of this app, it wonât be hard for you to trust this video player app for your smartphone since you probably might have already encountered it on your desktop computer. Unfortunately, itâs available in the Play Store as a beta. Nonetheless, itâs still great as it is packed with features like broad codec and format support, fine-tuning control over your video flicks, and even has an inclusion of subtitles, language tracks, aspect ratios, and the list goes on. [Free]
#2: RealPlayer App
Top 3 Android Video Player Applications - Image 2
Looking for a real player? One of the oldest media players around is already shouting its name: RealPlayer App. Technically, it does what a video player should do. You can definitely stream videos that have well-known file types as it has codec support. But a real player should do more than that. And so, RealPlayer App boasts that it can be a music player, music manager, and a YouTube browser even! And since you wonât help but stream a heap of videos on it, RealPlayer offers a feature of bookmarking your favorite videos in order for you to resume which part you have stopped streaming. Do you think thatâs all for RealPlayer? Think again, because RealPlayer can be pretty decent with its built-in library management tools. So, here in this library, you get to switch among your photos, music, and videos in a jiffy. [Free]
#3: GPlayer App
Top 3 Android Video Player Applications - Image 3
GPlayer is just like the other video players. Need I mention that you can stream videos using the app? But here comes the twist: You can actually stream your videos with its floating window feature. Yes, you've read it right. This only means you can pop a window to view a video even when youâre in the middle of something. Talk about easy access. Just pop a window, drag it, and resize it with all convenience. It may not support all kinds of formats, but youâll pretty much be satisfied with the several different formats it supports. It even has the same feature of RealPlayer wherein you can use it to stream a video from YouTube. And lastly, youâre going to love this app more since itâs not just actually free of cost, but itâs also free of ads. [Free]
Have you already chosen which video player will suffice your needs? Load them up, plug your mobile earphones, and start streaming!

Do you have your smarty Android phones with you? Talk about their wide and crisp display; I, for one, couldn't just get enough of them.

So, let me ask you this: how do you get the best of your Android screen under the screen protector? Those wide screens aren't built for nothing. Make use of them by streaming videos of your liking. But you wouldn't get the best of them either if you have a lousy video player. And so, check out the list below to get a seamless experience of video streaming:

#1: VLC Player App

Top 3 Android Video Player Applications - Image 1

Personally, I have been using VLC Player because, from the word of mouth, itâs totally awesome. Most video players are good, but only if you stick to the format they were intended to. Good thing about VLC Player is that it supports countless formats so you would be able to stream any video that you throw on it. And actually, it is one of the most popular video players on personal computers. So, if you are a first-time user of this app, it wonât be hard for you to trust this video player app for your smartphone since you probably might have already encountered it on your desktop computer. Unfortunately, itâs available in the Play Store as a beta. Nonetheless, itâs still great as it is packed with features like broad codec and format support, fine-tuning control over your video flicks, and even has an inclusion of subtitles, language tracks, aspect ratios, and the list goes on. [Free]

#2: RealPlayer App

Top 3 Android Video Player Applications - Image 2

Looking for a real player? One of the oldest media players around is already shouting its name: RealPlayer App. Technically, it does what a video player should do. You can definitely stream videos that have well-known file types as it has codec support. But a real player should do more than that. And so, RealPlayer App boasts that it can be a music player, music manager, and a YouTube browser even! And since you wonât help but stream a heap of videos on it, RealPlayer offers a feature of bookmarking your favorite videos in order for you to resume which part you have stopped streaming. Do you think thatâs all for RealPlayer? Think again, because RealPlayer can be pretty decent with its built-in library management tools. So, here in this library, you get to switch among your photos, music, and videos in a jiffy. [Free]

#3: GPlayer App

Top 3 Android Video Player Applications - Image 3

GPlayer is just like the other video players. Need I mention that you can stream videos using the app? But here comes the twist: You can actually stream your videos with its floating window feature. Yes, you've read it right. This only means you can pop a window to view a video even when youâre in the middle of something. Talk about easy access. Just pop a window, drag it, and resize it with all convenience. It may not support all kinds of formats, but youâll pretty much be satisfied with the several different formats it supports. It even has the same feature of RealPlayer wherein you can use it to stream a video from YouTube. And lastly, youâre going to love this app more since itâs not just actually free of cost, but itâs also free of ads. [Free]

Have you already chosen which video player will suffice your needs? Load them up, plug your mobile earphones, and start streaming!

This review is listed under Development & Implementations , Digital Media & Games and Mobility Community

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