Here's a list of the 5 best media players that will surely help iOS users to get the best video-surfing experience!
iPhone and iPad users always want to get a quality HD view of videos from their smart phone, but they need good and quality video players to get that experience.
So here’s a list of best 5 media player apps that we have found for iPhone and iPad:
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OPlayer Lite plays almost all possible movie and audio file formats. Subtitles support is also available for free for hard and pretender subs in SMI, ASS, SUB, SRT, TXT, and many other formats. The player has also got a multiple audio track support, so users can easily change their audio without any pauses.
RockPlayer 2 supports a wide variety of video files. To use this video player app, users will have to transfer videos to their iPhone or iPad with the help of iTunes file transfer. RockPlayer2 effortlessly helps users share videos between compatible devices, and that makes them unique!
This is one of the best and most effortless ways to stream videos from anyone’s desktop computer to their iPhone or iPad. Users just need to download and install a small server application on their desktop computer. Then select the folders they wish to share over their network, and users are good to go.
Anyone can transfer videos to it via the usual iTunes system. Video Stream has also got a desktop server of their own that lets users stream videos of any format from their Mac or PC to iPhone. This video player offers both landscape and portrait modes to users along with the support for background and lock screen play.
VLC Player was a hugely popular application in its tenure in the Apple App Store. Unfortunately, Apple Inc. pulled it from iTunes due to some copyright issues, and it is now only available in the Cydia store.
The VLC Media Player is rather ‘more basic’ than the other 4 video players mentioned above, but it supports a wide variety of video types too and VLC Media Player is even smart enough to warn users in case their device isn't capable of playing a file.