RockPlayer Lite

RockPlayer Lite


*RockPlayer2 is published after one half year development. It brings much better performance and user experience. And it support Google Checkout now. Get more on http://www.rockplayer.com
* 1.x paid user may activate both app in settings.

RockPlayer is high performance, almost all formats media player with a lot of functions. It saves your time and disk space to transcoding or format converting. Just put your video on sdcard or click the URL in browser to watch it.

It load .srt external subtitle with same name of video automatically and support .m3u playlist.

Lite version is advertisement support. Per Google request, we no longer distribute PayPal pay-able version through Google Android Market, existed user please check updates in app setting to get continuous support. If you are interesting in advertisement free version, please visit our website http://www.rockplayer.com , basically we will publish a Market pay-able version once we are allowed to be merchant.

LGPLed FFmpeg components are dynamic linked, source are available on our website.

Recent changes:
RockPlayer2 is published after one half year development.

1.7.7
Support Android 4.3.

1.7.6
Bug fix for all strange behaviors.

1.7.5
Support Android 4.1 (JellyBean)
Removed location permission. (Yes, we heard your concern.)

1.7.4
Support Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich)
Some bug fixings
Requires Location permission to improve AdMob advertisement.
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Free
83
4.2
User ratings
15421
Installs
1,000,000+
Concerns
0
File size
6250 kb
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About RockPlayer Lite
*RockPlayer2 is published after one half year development. It brings much better performance and user experience. And it support Google Checkout now. Get more on http://www.rockplayer.com
* 1.x paid user may activate both app in settings.

RockPlayer is high performance, almost all formats media player with a lot of functions. It saves your time and disk space to transcoding or format converting. Just put your video on sdcard or click the URL in browser to watch it.

It load .srt external subtitle with same name of video automatically and support .m3u playlist.

Lite version is advertisement support. Per Google request, we no longer distribute PayPal pay-able version through Google Android Market, existed user please check updates in app setting to get continuous support. If you are interesting in advertisement free version, please visit our website http://www.rockplayer.com , basically we will publish a Market pay-able version once we are allowed to be merchant.

LGPLed FFmpeg components are dynamic linked, source are available on our website.

Recent changes:
RockPlayer2 is published after one half year development.

1.7.7
Support Android 4.3.

1.7.6
Bug fix for all strange behaviors.

1.7.5
Support Android 4.1 (JellyBean)
Removed location permission. (Yes, we heard your concern.)

1.7.4
Support Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich)
Some bug fixings
Requires Location permission to improve AdMob advertisement.

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User reviews of RockPlayer Lite
Can't handle FLVs (primarily Youtube) well at all. Audio doesn't always sync well, sometimes starts a few seconds into vid (so unreliable with short clips), and fairly often it freezes the phone mid-video, forcing me to remove the battery and reboot. Galaxy SII / 2.3.4.
Dec 22, 2011
Awesome :)
Aug 18, 2011
Rocks!
Jul 6, 2011
Nice app...be even better if it could play flv files. :-)
Jun 7, 2011
A. Easily one of the best divx players if it wasn't for the sheer size of the app. Usable in conjunction with some streaming apps like upnp clients
Apr 11, 2011
Android Market Comments
A Google User
Sep 8, 2014
Won't Play AVI Files Plays AVI video, but emits hideous screeching noise every 2 seconds during playback. Unusable for my needs, so uninstalling. Pity. Using Galaxy Tab S w/ 4.4.2.
A Google User
Sep 2, 2014
It supports all format of video
A Google User
Aug 19, 2014
Nice app Works great.
A Google User
Aug 19, 2014
Best player so far No format issues, plays avi files
A Google User
Jul 29, 2014
Brute force. This has just about every codec available to ensure it plays just about anything. Since its flexibility is in software mode, it's gonna need a ton of CPU power to decode HD video. I do wish it supported subtitles though.