Monday, October 15, 2012

Best Android Video Player For Samsung Galaxy Y



Been looking for a video player for Samsung Galaxy Y, installed and uninstalled some video player Android apps. Good thing I found this MX Player, best video player ever tried in Samsung Galaxy Y GT-S5360. Was so amazed after installing MX Player I directly browse videos on memory and wow it's great, I mean it runs smoothly unlike my previously installed video player on Samsung Galaxy Y. MX Video player run on other Android device like Samsung Galaxy Note, S, S2, S3, HTC, Sony Ericsson Xperia, LG Optimus and more,  available for free and Pro version, though I have not tried Pro version I am very satisfied with the free one.
MX Player Samsung Galaxy Y


As product description says "The best way to enjoy your movies", the first Android video player that perform multi-core decoding. Features CPU optimization that provides highly optimized codec, pinch zoom to zoom easily by just swiping and pinching the screen, scroll on subtitle text and playback position, kids lock, and full supports on Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.  You may search and download this apps in Google Play.

Bug Fixes:

(1.7.6)

Fixed broken video seeking by swiping.

Fixed broken video seeking to the end position.
Fixed starting up error on some devices including Foxconn Pocketbook A10.
Changed custom codec file name (libavcodec.mx.so...)

(1.7.5)
Added an option to show preview images while seeking videos.
Added an option to disable volume boost.
Added "loop one" in Playback screen > Menu > Play.
Recognizes subtitle files having language or number suffix.
Fixed some .avi file playback error.


Subtitle Formats:
DVD, DVB, SSA/ASS Subtitle Tracks.
SubStation Alpha(.ssa/.ass) with full styling.
SAMI(.smi/.sami) with ruby tag support.
SubRip(.srt)
MicroDVD(.sub/.txt)
SubViewer2.0(.sub)
MPL2(.mpl/.txt)
PowerDivX(.psb/.txt)

1 comment:

  1. Anonymous3/22/2013

    it doesnt work tried it already for some movies

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