Many Android users have installed MX Player on their devices. It’s a great app that allows you to not only watch movies or videos in every format type, but you can also load subtitles to it, edit them and more. It has interesting features and gestures that help you experience all the options in easy swipes.
Having multi-nucleus de-codifications, it offers a high performance on Android devices, better than other similar apps in Google Play that use only one nucleus.
MX Player Options
One of the best options that you can get in a video player on a touch screen device is the gestures it offers. You can control MX Player with different gestures, such as slide from top to bottom on the left of the display to increase / decrease the brightness. You can do the same gesture on the right to turn up or down the volume.
You can also load subtitles, edit them, change fonts, sizes and colors, no matter their formats (SRT, TXT, SUB, SSA, SMI, MPL or AAS).
MX Player comes with other great possibilities: locking the screen while playing a video, resuming last played video from where you left it, and it allows multi-screen mode (in Android Nougat and Oreo).
There are many other customizable things from inside the app, such as boost the quality of videos you’re watching, or turn on play in background for when you want to hear the video over another app that you’ve opened.
It’s no doubt that MX Player is the best app that you could have on Android when it comes to playing local videos, movies, online videos, or when you want to just use it as a Music Player!
You can set the MX Player as the default video app on your device and take advantage of its easy and friendly interface that allows you to comfortably watch video or listen to audio content.
You can get the app from the Play Store or as an APK file for free. If you want to get rid of all the ads, you can buy the Pro version for $5.99.