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RealPlayer® Beta Review
by on October 18, 2011
Real Player? Wow, there’s a blast from the past. Before iTunes, YouTube, QuickTime and VLC took over proceedings, Real Player was a world-beating media player. It’s been a little bit quiet lately, but now it’s back with an Android app that pulls all of your music, videos and photos into one complete app. This means meaning that you no longer need to have the music, video and gallery apps all open at the same time. It’s a nicely-built interface and makes switching between your media really easy. While there is cover art, music playback is extremely basic, there’s no EQ or headphone settings. There are imported playlists, but you can’t create your own using this app. With the Google Music cloud streaming portal presumably on its way to UK Android users in the next few months, the bar has been raised considerably for the way we listen to music on our devices. Videos would benefit from thumbnail images rather than just a file list, while the photo part of this app just apes the traditional Gallery app. On the whole, though, this is a very useful app if you want all your media files locally in one handy place. Viva Real Player!
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