Great Movie Player
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(It may not coexist with other video players!)
1.See video style on the icon
2.share with friends
3.manage this file by show you the preview image(you can delete reroute it)
4.search files in your SD card BY pressing "SD card" button and manage the files as you like
5.return to the opening page by press "Media" button. "back" "up" buttons help you to return every file level!
6.Support convert to PDF if you would like to install our other free apps.
About the screen buttons:
There are no any buttons on the screen. You may curious about "how can I manage it". Here is the steps:
First, slide at the right of the screen with your fingers up and down, you can adjust the volume. and there will appear a speaker icon on the center.
Second, slide the left of the screen with the same method, you can adjust the brightness. and it will show you a brightness icon on the center.
Third, press the main screen, will appear a progress bar and a play/pause button. You can press the bar to play forward or back as you like and stop or play the video with pressing the icon on the lower right corner.
If you download the free app, you can enjoy all kinds of videos as you like without any worries(like video can not play normally, there are no time to go to cinema, etc), and we believe it will offer you a good mood when you are boring. Why don't you have a try, it will not failed you!
Media player is a term usually used to describe computer software for playing back multimedia files. While many other media players can play both audios and videos, others focus only on one media type or the other. Such kind of players are known as either audio players or video players and have a user interface tailored for the specific media type.
Media players often display icons known from original devices such as tape recorders or other players. Examples of these icons are Media-playback-start Media-playback-pause , and Media-playback-stop .
Large amount of media players, especially those that designed to play music, display available songs in a format known as a media library, which allows the user to manage their music by categories such as artist, album, genre, year, and rating. Examples of media players that include media libraries are Amarok, Banshee, Clementine, iTunes, Rhythmbox, and Windows Media Player.