Mobo and Seamen Players
Mobo and Seamen Players are media players for HD Files on your Android device. Audio and video formats used to matter before there was Android. The device only can play a few formats . Some of those even have to be converted to be viewed. The most common format that can play is the 3GP. But when Android is arrive, there is no need for conversions. Any format can now be played on an Android device.
However, there are still certain requirements to play the audio or video file. Such requirements include having the Gingerbread OS and a root access to the phone. Otherwise, you can directly play your audio and video file. Another requirement is to have the minimum hardware so that the device can play high-quality content efficiently. You can play videos on Android phones with 600 MHz processor. The results, however, may not be satisfying. Android devices with 800 MHz on the other hand, give better results. But these things do not matter when you are using high-end devices.
The best app to use for playing audio and video files is the Mobo Player. It has good playback quality, browsing, and interface. On the positive side, this app comes for free and can cater to almost all audio and videos formats. It also supports subtitles like SRT, SAA, and ASS for videos with MKV, MPV and MOV formats.
These are the advantages and features of Mobo Player.
Supports almost all video formats.
Includes popular subtitles
Supports multiple audio streaming
Can video stream with protocols like HTTP and RTSP
Can display video thumbnails
When you are using high-end devices, you are expected to have a lot of HQ content. There is an application which can support playback of HQ files on Android devices, the Seamen player. It can support phones on Android 2.2 Froyo.
You can play these files with Seamen player: Mp4, AVI, FLV, OGM, MKV, OFF, 3GP, WAV, MPC, FLAC, ALaw, AMR, Midi, MP2, ADPCM and a lot more. For high definition videos, it can play formats such as AVCHD, H.263, H.264, MPEG-1, MPEG-4, Xvid, DivX, MJPEG, WMV, MSVIDEO, SVQ1, SVQ3 and much more.
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