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Moboplayer for Android
XDA member kishin14 told us about a nice player for your Android device, which has been around a few months. Moboplayer is a software that provides high-quality playback for your audio and video files. It allows you to play almost all multimedia formats and it focuses on enhanced library features, which makes it a powerful and easy to use alternative. Moreover, it works on almost all Android devices.
You can grab it for free on the market.
Originally posted by kishin14
[APP] Moboplayer: the best video player for Android apk
I’ve paid for and used both rockplayer and vplayer. But rockplayer sucked on the droid x after version 1.2 and vplayer hiccups a little too often. Lately I’ve been using vitalpayer and soulplayer. Both are available for free from the market and actually seem better than both the paid rockplayer and vplayer.
Then I came across this new video player yesterday and I have to say, it’s the best player I’ve tried. The UI is very slick and user-friendly, especially the file manager aspect. It also plays every file I’ve thrown at it (but haven’t tried mkv’s yet) and has both hardware and software decode mode. (Just remember to long press on video file to select software decode mode).
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