(as of 7/28/2015)
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- Supports popular media file formats such as MP4, AVI, and MOV
- Provides a file browser for access to your files on the device
- Allows you to connect to your computer, FTP sites, and Dropbox to stream media
olimsoft OPlayer is an iOS app used to play video and audio. It is available as a standard version for purchase and an HD version, which has higher quality playback, but costs more.
OPlayer supports a wide variety of media file formats, including MP4, AVI, AAC, MOV, and 3GP, and supports several subtitle formats, such as SRT, SUB, and SMI. The app features a file browser that lists all of your media on your device and makes it easy to navigate to your desired file. You can also connect to any website that hosts supported media through the app's remote URL section.
One of the most impressive features of the app is the ability to connect to your computer, an FTP site, or Dropbox. This allows you to stream media from those sources directly to your device, which means that you don't have to max out your device's storage capacity.
OPlayer is more than just an option for playing your media files. It comes with helpful capabilities that make your mobile media experience much more enjoyable. olimsoft OPlayer is definitely worth trying and if you like it, you will want to contemplate upgrading to the HD version for better playback and more capabilities.
▶ Primary file extension
▶ Other file extensions used by olimsoft OPlayer 2
|Supported File Types|
|.3GP||3GPP Multimedia File|
|.AAC||Advanced Audio Coding File|
|.AVI||Audio Video Interleave File|
|.MKV||Matroska Video File|
|.MOV||Apple QuickTime Movie|
|.MP3||MP3 Audio File|
|.MPG||MPEG Video File|
|.OGG||Ogg Vorbis Audio File|
|.RMVB||RealMedia Variable Bit Rate File|
|.SMI||SAMI Subtitles File|
|.SRT||SubRip Subtitle File|
|.TS||Video Transport Stream File|
|.TXT||Plain Text File|
|.WAV||WAVE Audio File|
|.WMA||Windows Media Audio File|
|.WMV||Windows Media Video File|
|.XVID||Xvid-Encoded Video File|
Updated: July 28, 2015