RealPlayer launches on Android, wants to be your one-stop media hub
posted by Scott H. / Aug 14, 2012, 3:57 PM
RealPlayer is being positioned as a true media hub replacement, so if you hate the proprietary media apps that your OEM has installed, this would be on the short list of apps to consider replacing them with. In particular PC users of RealPlayer can benefit from integration, as RealPlayer on a PC will act as an iTunes replacement, organizing and transferring your media either to or from a phone that is connected via USB.
We think it’s too bad that there isn’t a wireless sync option, but a lot of people still use iTunes with a cord as well, so we imagine it just depends on your preference (and perhaps your existing habits). The Android RealPlayer launch also came with a video showing off the app’s functionality, so if you’re interested check it out below:
Play Store link, source: RealNetwork via 9to5Google
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Nowadays I use KMPlayer
posted on Aug 14, 2012, 4:05 PM 4
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yeah.. its way better!
posted on Aug 14, 2012, 7:08 PM 2
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KMPlayer in PC or Android Phone?? Coz I use KMP in my PC and I don't fine it in Google Play..
posted on Aug 15, 2012, 10:48 AM 0
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RealPlayer for your Android phone...for those of you who are nostalgic of RP screwing up your PC, now you can screw up your phone too!
posted on Aug 14, 2012, 4:45 PM 7
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POPULAR MY ARSE... If "popular" means it was installed on many systems because it was included in the installer of who knows how many OTHER programs... then YES.. it was "popular"... Hell there are 3 programs I use normally these days even that try to install RealTrashBloatwarePlayer!
posted on Aug 14, 2012, 11:02 PM 0
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