Most Android terminals include a basic audio and video player with which you can enjoy most files. However, for many users, these tools fall short. FlixPlayer supplements the shortcomings of other similar apps, offering the possibility to play all the video and audio formats (or almost all) you have stored in your library, including M3U and M3U8.
One of the most straightforward video players on the market.
Small but feisty
This tool is very light, but it has the advantage of being able to play almost any type of video and music file. It is also compatible with Chromecast.
To use it, all you need to do is start it. You will be shown a list of your Android folders where the videos are. Once you fin and open the folder you want, you can rename the files, share them, delete them or check their properties. And play them, of course.
Tap on the video to open it. From here, you can rotate the screen, enable subtitles, and even change the screen width to adjust the display to your preferences. It does not offer many more functions, but this app features simplicity and it is uncomplicated to use. Be warned though: the free version contains a lot of publicity.