Best Android Video Players 2019
Upgrade Your Phone’s Video Player 2019
With smartphone 2019 screens getting bigger and HD content now widely prevalent, it’s become easier tosay than ever to turn your tablet or even your Android phone into a portable theater. It gets even better because Android’s open architecture and app marketplace allow users to easily replace stock video players 2019 with a variety of video apps, which allow you really to get just the features you need. Ranging from light, easy-to-use players to highly configurable powerhouses, check out the best Android video player apps on the market today.
MX Player 2019(Free)
MX Player offers just the right mix of ease of use and powerful features. An uncluttered viewer supports various swipe gestures and pinch to zoom, while the app features both software and hardware decoding for a broad variety of file formats. Subtitle controls, variable aspect ratio and a screen lock are all within reach of the main view screen, while other tweaks are hidden in the settings menu. Unfortunately, due to licensing issues, support for DTS and AC3 audio isn’t available in the core app, which can be a deal breaker, though there are custom codecsavailable online
VLC for Android 2019(Free)
If you’re looking for a versatile, all-in-one media player that’ll play just about any file format that you can throw at it, then give VLC for Android a spin. Out of the box it can play almost anything from the ubiquitous MP3 and MP4 files to more unusual formats such as MKV and FLAC. In addition to playing local files, VLC for Android also supports network streaming and media library organization, as well as advanced playback features such as multiple audio tracks and subtitles, and streaming to Chromecast.
Video Player All Format 2019(Free)
Video Player All Format (also known as XPlayer) is another good all-around media player for your Android needs, with broad format support, ultraHD and 4K playback ability and hardware and software decoding options. The app includes helpful extras like gesture controls, variable playback speed, and Chromecast support. You can even view your videos in a pop-up window, allowing you to multitask, or have videos playing in the background, so you can just listen while doing something else. XPlayer is ad-supported, though you can remove advertising with an in-app purchase.
PlayerXtreme 2019 (Free)
PlayerXtreme 2019 began as a well regarded iOS video player that’s since made the jump to Android devices, delivering a good, all-around media player with a ton of features and options. The app supports more than 40 file formats, subtitles, and hardware acceleration. Streaming support both in and out lets you view media stored in your PC, NAS, or websites, while Air Play and Chromecast support lets you view media cast straight to your TV. The app comes with a wealth of playback features, such as frame-by-frame playback, variable playback speed, resizable subs, and audio and subtitle offset if your playback isn’t perfectly in sync.
KMPlayer 2019 is another good Android player that supports a variety of video file formats and comes with extras like a library viewer and cloud storage support. It covers a broad range of file formats such as MP4 and MKV, includes subtitle support, playback speed controls for speeding up or slowing down video playback, and a library view with a variety of sorting options. Users can also watch videos in a windowed mode as well as view content stored in Google Drive.
BSPlayer is a solid Android video player featuring software and hardware decoding to play the most popular video formats. This uncluttered video player with swipe gesture support is further enhanced by a variety of skins, letting you customize the interface to your liking. BSPlayer includes support for subtitle files, as well as built-in subtitles in formats such as MKV. The app can even automatically find the appropriate subtitle files online. Another great feature is BSPlayer’s “pop out” viewer, which you can use to view videos in a window above your other apps.
An established Android favorite, MoboPlayer 2019supports a variety of video file formats, including ones that your device might not normally support, through the use of software decoding. Support for multiple audio tracks, subtitles (and multiple onscreen subtitles), media streaming, a library management mode with a cover flow view are among the many welcome features. A floating window mode allows you to keep a video window floating atop your other apps while working, texting or calling.