RealPlayer Releases For Android Users, Wishes To Be One-Stop Media HubToday's Special — By Naveen Vaidhya on August 15, 2012 at 10:48 am
PC users are might be familiar to RealPlayer, the all-media hub of RealNetworks. Android users have taken a glowing to the mobile form also as higher than 11,000,000 users has downloaded the beta form of the application. Today, RealPlayer is departing beta and releasing a steady 1.0 form, with the aim of offering a one-stop media management application for all of your photos, music, and videos. The application itself is free of cost; hence an in-app buying of $4.99 will unlock various premium features, containing widgets, an equalizer, and surely the absenteeism of any advertising.
RealPlayer is being placed as a real media hub replacement; therefore in case you dislike the branded media applications, which your OEM has installed, it would be on the final list of applications to consider swapping them with. Specifically, PC users of RealPlayer can profit from integration, as RealPlayer on an OC will perform as iTunes replacement, transferring and organizing your media either to or from a phone, which is linked through USB.
We think that it’s very bad that there is not wireless integration option, however plenty of people remain utilize iTunes with a cord also, therefore we assume it just bases on your preference. The Android RealPlayer release also came with a video displaying the app’s functionality, therefore in case you are interested to check it then see below video -