I got this app for my Nexus7 but figured,"hey I paid for it, let's see what it'll do on the phone".
While running multiple videos at once on a phone can seem tiny it's just one of those things to show off what your phone can do. Just like other floating apps, the player can be moved, resized or minimized like on a desktop . To run more than 1 at a time you've got to install a free codec from the market but it'll take you there to grab it.
Linked YouTube videos tend stutter if they are HQ and you don't let it buffer way ahead but , again a really cool feature once it starts playing.
It has several themes to choose from, even one Mac looking one to rub it into ios users faces. The Windows 7 theme gives it a more desktop look.
Resizing takes some getting used to to get the size you are looking for. It was a bit disconcerting at first when it disappeared while I was resizing but I got used to it.
When in full screen mode, landscape only, the quality of how it operates is right up there with MX Player and more crisp and sharp than the stock player.
It's not free but it's worth the price, especially if you are using a tablet .
In my phone I usually just watch 1 video at a time due to screen size but it's nice knowing I can run more than 1 at a time.
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