Music and video are available in multiple file types. From a user perspective, the biggest trouble is to find a player application that works with most file types. But with nPlayer app for iPhone, you can breathe easy. It let users to play almost all kinds of video formats and codecs that otherwise are unplayable in your iPhone. It works with both streaming content and content stored locally. nPlayer app can be downloaded from iTunes App Store for a tad costly price tag of $4.99.
Apple users generally have to contend with lesser number of media file types as not all are supported by iOS. nPlayer app for iPhone expands the horizon a bit more by letting users play a whole host of files that otherwise can’t be played in your iPhone. For example, some of the audio files supported include MP3, WAV, WMA, FLAC, APE etc. Supported video file types include MP4, MOV, MKV, AVI, WMV, ASF, FLV, OGV, RMVB, and TP, to name some of them. nPlayer app for iPhone provides high quality video play performance backed by powerful, stable streaming technology which enable to stream-play from WebDAV, FTP, SMB, UPnP/DNLA server.
nPlayer app also supports subtitles than most other comparable apps. It can handle SMI, SSA, SRT, SUB, and LRC subtitle formats. You can also vary the size and color of the subtitles easily. I.e. simply drag the subtitles to change its size or position. nPlayer for iPhone accepts a number of intuitive gestures to operate its user interface. For example, volume may be adjusted by simply dragging on either side of the screen. nPlayer app is compatible with iOS versions 5.1 or higher.
nPlayer app for iPhone provides both high quality video play performance and easy control-UI supporting almost all kinds of video formats and codecs without file converting efforts. The control gestures are intuitive at best. The best part is that nPlayer app supports almost all popular and even rarer media file types. Support for subtitles come handy to movie buffs who love watching other language movies. The ability to vary the size/position of subtitles comes handy at times. Last but not the least, you can use it for both streaming content and content stored locally. If you’re in the lookout for a media player app that supports multiple file types, check this one out.