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Discussion in 'Android Applications' started by ice456789, Nov 27, 2009.

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    C'mon, there has to be an app for viewing divx and xvid. One you guys knows something I don't know, right?
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    First person that makes one could probably make a LOT of money :)
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    Nope there is no app that does this, i wondered the same thing, and looked around, divx does have a mobile app, just not for the android yet. Not sure if they are even planning on it either, which i would imagine they are.
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    im looking for an app to play divx, xvid and mkv.... some ideas?
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    yeah get a 3gp conveter and act1 :p
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    yxflash - i downloaded it, but it tends to force close alot, particularly when trying to navigate folders to get to my divx files.

    wish I could add more, but since have yet to see it in action.... lots of reviews complain of stuttering during playback, and FC''s.
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    I agree. When I had my Treo a few years back, there was a free video app that you could install pretty much every codec known to man kind and play that video. Cannot remember the name, but it was great. I am hoping that we will get there with the Android OS. VLC looks promising if it brings to the Droid what it does to the computer. That would mean it would play 99% of codecs out there.