Top 5 Best Video Player Apps for Android Smartphones

by Vishal Toshiwal 0

Top 5 Best Video Players Apps

The usage of smartphones with bigger displays is increasing day by day; the phone with a 4.5-inch display feels smaller in our hand today. The users are also using their smartphone not just for making calls, but also as using it for media consumption. The bigger displays are well suited for watching Full HD videos on-the-go. The Google Play Store has a lot of video player that gives more functionalities than the default player. Here we listed out the five best video player apps for your Android smartphone.

MX Player

MX Player

MX player is one of the best video players you can find on Play Store. The Pinch to Zoom in, out and pan around the window works perfectly on this app. It supports almost all the videos, if you can’t play any video, then there are many other codecs listed on the Play Store, installing them will solve your problem. The app comes with the kid’s lock with which you don’t need to worry about the kids using your device. Subtitles work fine on this app, and it also supports subtitle gestures. The free version supports ads while the Premium version costs you around $5.6 for no ads.

Price: Free

Download: Google Play Store

VLC for Android

VLC for Android

The VLC is the most popular video player for computers; the Android app had been in beta stage for a much longer time. Recently the main version was listed on the Play Store. The app is available for free on the Play Store, and the good thing is that it doesn’t support ads. Pinch to Zoom in & out, as well as panning, is not be supported on the VLC player. The app offers a large number of audio codecs. It also plays the audio files and can be used as an audio player also. The app is also compatible with Android TV, so you can enjoy the media through VLC on your TV also.

Price: Free

Download: Google Play Store

GPlayer

GPlayer

The GPlayer comes with the Group play support, where you can stream the videos on other devices via Wi-Fi. It has the multi-window player supporting up to six videos at a time. The app has a user-friendly interface with a different type of listings and 3D gallery flow style. It supports different themes, swipe gestures and can play audio files also. Most of the video codecs are supported. There is also a premium version without ads available in the Play Store. If you wish to you can get that too.

Price: Free

Download: Google Play Store

BSPlayer

BSPlayer

BSPlayer has the simple UI up front, where in the settings you can find many customizable features. You can change the type of settings for the different gestures. It supports subtitles and for the video without subtitles, it can directly download it from the internet. The video can be pop-out of the app and can be viewed on the top while working on any other app. You can watch the live streaming within the app. It is listed for free in the Play Store, if you want to get rid of ads, then it costs you at $6.75.

Price: Free

Download: Google Play Store

DicePlayer

DicePlayer

The Dice Player is a Digital Rights Management (DRM) equipped player. It offers some good playback features like network support and pop-up play and also comes with playback speed controller, as well as support for subtitles and its sync calibration.

The Dice player can automatically correct the Audio pitch. The app comes with a lot more software features that cannot be visualized but it works very smoothly on almost all the devices.

Price: Free

Download: Google Play Store

Vishal Toshiwal

Born in West India, raised in the North and currently chasing dreams in the southern part of India- Vishal is an entrepreneurial spirit, a tech enthusiast and a writer by profession, who is busy taking pictures when he is not writing. He would love to talk to you about the latest movies, TV shows and DC/Marvel comics. As a personal rule, he doesn't let a day get by without at least one dessert. Because, why not?