Playing HD videos has been one of the strongest features on Android, however, the same feature has been a down point as well. New Android phones are big and the standard screen sizes are between 4.3 to 4.7 Inches, which is a pretty decent size for playing HD videos and movies. Some phones do support the playback of most video formats, however, there are some phones which lack the support for popular video formats which in turn, leads to users converting videos and then playing them on their Android devices.
There are alternatives available in the Google Play Store for playing most Audio formats and MXPlayer and VLC are among some of the most popular players for Android. BSPlayer is a new Media player for Android which can play ALL Audio and Video formats. The player isn’t that popular, however, the ones who know about the player are taking full advantage of its features.
Firstly, the player satisfies the basic needs of most Android users. It plays all video and audio formats pretty smoothly without any lags. Avi, Divx, flv, mov, mpg, mkv, mp3 and flac are among the formats supported by the media player. Apart from that, it also supports a hardware accelerated video playback, which results in a better and smoother playback while using minimum power at the same time.
BSPlayer also supports Pop Up video playback, which is similar to the video playback on the Samsung Galaxy Note. The media player also supports automatic subtitles downloading using WiFi and Mobile Data. Apart from the basic features, BSPlayer also offers some additional features. One of these is to play music and videos from LAN shared folders. It also supports video and audio playback directly from uncompressed RAR files.
BSPlayer should work on most Android devices. You can get the app free using this link.
Just FYI… I found this to be very useful as well http://www.real.com/resources/realplayer-android. I ended up going with the RealPlayer android app and have been very satisfied with it. It has been fantastic and very easy to use for my music, photos and videos. I noticed you hadn’t mentioned it.. check it out. Thanks for the additional info.
Thank you for the info. Well, real player is a good media player, however, the thing is that it cannot play all video formats nor is it the best in handling HD videos. As a normal video and music player, real player is definitely good but when you’re looking for an all in one player, then it just doesn’t do enough.