3 Free & Best Video And Music Player For Android

Video streaming has taken over traditional TVs. Netflix and Spotify are the new normal. But still, there are plenty of us who like to watch video files and stream MP3s on our phones. But given the number of options you get, which video player is the perfect one for you? 

Best Video And Music Player For Android

In this article, I am going to talk about the Best Video And Music Players For Android. All of these are tested by me and it’ll help you choose which one you should go with. So, let’s go ahead and check out these apps. 

1. KM Player

KM Player is an excellent app for playing video and audio files on your android devices. It supports high-definition playback and enables you to make certain color adjustments to the video. You can also modify things like contrast, hue, saturation, and more. You get some extra features like inverting the video, control playback speed, and equalizer for the audiophiles. 

The interface is also decent. It has two themes, light and dark. With that, you can also switch between the classic and modern look. All the features are accessible on the really functional home screen. It supports gesture controls as well. It supports all the major video codecs and audio file formats. Overall, a really good media player for your android. 

2. VLC Media Player

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VLC for Android
Developer: Videolabs
Price: Free+
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A list of media players is incomplete without mentioning VLC Media Player. This app only got better over the years. You get access to so many features like subtitles support, multi-track audio, built-in equalizer. But what I love most is that it supports obscure video formats like DVD ISOs. It includes all the codecs and you won’t need additional plugins to download. 

The interface is clean, minimal, and easy to use. It has two themes, dark and light. With the support of gesture controls, you can easily modify the brightness and volume. It also comes with a widget for audio control. It doesn’t have any ads in the interface. When you’re using the app for the first time, you will get popup guides. Overall, a really good feature-packed application. 

3. XPlayer

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Video Player All Format - XPlayer
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XPlayer is one of the Play Store’s most highly rated apps. It comes from Inshorts, which is a well-known news app. It supports all the video and audio formats easily. But what makes it stand out is that you can keep your video secured in a private folder. You can download subtitles and sync them with the video. You get an equalizer with so many presets as well. 

The interface is very clean and minimal. I love using this application, especially for music files. You get to see the album art image as the background of the music looks aesthetically pleasing. You get the option to Chromecast your videos and audio right in the app itself. There are a few ads in the free version. But overall, the app is really beautifully built and a recommended one.

FAQs

How can I play music while watching a video on Android?

This can be done using MX Player. In the MX Player, go to settings >Player >Disable “Play Alone”. Then again in the settings >Audio >Disable “System Volume”. Now play the music on any music player and video in the MX Player. Just make sure volume is set 0 in the MX Player. 

Does Android have a built-in music player?

Yes. Almost all Android devices come with a built-in music player.

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Satish Shah
Member of Team TJ - Tech Enthusiast, and Programmer

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