Reviews from the Category Audio-and-Multimedia
The Best Music App on the Market
FL Studio Mobile is an excellent music app that allows you to become a music expert and create songs of your own using a wide range of features. If you are looking for an app that can turn you into a pro musician then the FL Studio Mobile is definitely the right choice for you. It offers up a... Read full review
The Most Feature-Filled Free Video Editor Ever!
KineMaster – Pro Video Editor is an excellent video editor app which allows you to edit the videos you have on your device. You can perform a myriad of different editing functions on your videos using this amazing video editing app. The layout of the app is quite intuitive with self-explanatory... Read full review
Learning Hanuman Chalisa Made Easy!
Hanuman Chalisa is a nice app that allows you to listen to the Hanuman Chalisa, a poem dedicated to the Hindu god Hanuman. The app gives you the chance to read verses of the Hanuman Chalisa as well while you listen to it in the background. The verses of the poem are written in Hindi so if you... Read full review
Korean Bear Paw Player
If I were to pick a video player of a high tier, GOM Player would be a good choice. I first stumbled across it while searching for a video player in desperation that I could not for the love of me make some bootlegged movie play. GOM solved the issue by detecting what codec I was missing and... Read full review
Mobile show watcher
I rarely get to watch any videos on my tablet(s). Even then, most often the scenario includes me watching YouTube while washing the dishes. It makes dish washing quite enjoyable, especially since I'm using a special brand of washing detergent (that I'm not going to reveal here because I'm not... Read full review
Play, rip and burn
Since Winamp was almost abandoned, I started looking around for an alternative. Of course, Audacious and Amarok come to mind, but since nothing happened to good old Winamp, I lost interest in finding a suitable music player. Still, every time when I stumble upon a media player of sorts, I check... Read full review
A long time ago, in a past age, I stumbled across a minimalist video player called MPlayer. When I say minimalist I really mean it. There were no buttons or sliders, no File or View menu. It was just a console window and a view window. Every command was bound to a key and for the first few... Read full review
By the power of MPlayer
A simple video player based on MPlayer can't ever disappoint. Except when users expect more than the ability to play any file. Seamless seamless integration is not the name of the game here. Let's examine.
Starbuck ain't picky
Starbuck's FreePlayer is running MPlayer and MPlayer2 in the... Read full review
I remember the early days of playing video files on my PC. It was a sort of a ritual. I'd open the file, read the error message, search the net for the missing codec or plug-in and then retry. However, those days are pretty much gone now. Media players in this day and age can usually handle... Read full review
Purchasing a media package has become quite a rare event in the past years. As professional tools have become subscription based, it appears that the industry is adopting the MMO games model. Luckily for people who do not want a subscription in order to use a video editing program (and neither... Read full review