Oodles of screen real estate make the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 terrific for videos. There are cool android video player apps which will enhance your movie watching experiences manifold on your Samsung Galaxy Note Ⅱ.
MoboPlayer video player is very easy to use and handy. This video player support most widely used video formats such as MKV, MPV, MOV, AVI, DivX, MKV and many others. The app offers great video quality with smooth playback and also capable of playing 1080p full video perfectly.
The player also supports streaming videos through HTTP and RTSP protocols, popular subtitle formats such as SRT, ASS, and SAA, multi-audio streams and multi-subtitles. It also offers gesture controls to adjust brightness and volume.
RockPlayer Lite has now gone a step ahead with its newest version dubbed RockPlayer2. The app has become faster, audio/video are synchronized perfectly and the user experience has been optimized for touch screen. Moreover, you will see a lot of new features such as gesture based video controls. The interface is without any bells and whistles and rather tad simple, but that couldn’t stop us from including this powerful app in our list. It supports many file formats, including mkv, avi, rmvb, flv, wmv, mov, and mp4, and has a customizable play control bar.
Entertainment on your Android. RealPlayer is one of the best Android apps to enjoy your music, videos, and photos. More user-friendly than ever, RealPlayer includes an intuitive user interface, playlist editor, widgets, searching, content folder selection, fast scrolling, and a ton of other features to make your media experience more enjoyable. Best of all, RealPlayer supports any file format that your device currently supports (it will only play RealMedia if your device supports it).RealPlayer is the android version of the famous RealPlayer for PC and Mac. RealPlayer can play Music and videos and is also can open photos. It has an intuitive user interface. It has a great playlist editor. It can play folders. The scrolling is fast in this app.
Claims to “play everything” on its Google Play artwork, and with over 10,000,000 downloads, it’s the most popular option out there. MX Player’s big selling point is hardware support that’s augmented by multi-core decoding, so if you’re running a modern dual-core processor, you ought to see a significant performance boost.
The app also has a Kid’s Lock plug-in, so you can leave a child in possession of your Samsung Galaxy Note II without having to worry about them tweeting on your behalf.
Next in our list is VPlayer that supports a wide range of file formats and uses HW accelerated decoding and rendering of videos. It lets dual core, high-end devices play 720p and even 1080p MKV/AVI/MOV/FLV/TS/M4V/3GP with ease. VPlayer can also play streamed videos; it also supports YouTube. One will find DLNA support and can even watch videos from Facebook and Dropbox. It comes with mutiple subtitle tracks support along with increased subtitle readability with thicker border and shadow around text. It will run on devices featuring Android 2.3 and above. VPlayer offers free trial for seven days with full features, but once the trial period expires, users will have to buy the ‘VPlayer Unlocker’ to continue using the app.
If your video resource is DVD, you need use the Aneesoft DVD Ripper for Windows to rip your DVD to your computer.
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