Turning your Android device into the place to play your media is harder than it looks. In this roundup, we’ll look at the best Android media center apps!
Sony has introduced their latest Hi-Res Walkman, the NW-SX2. An audiophile’s dream personal music player with 128GB of expandable storage, running Android. But you won’t buy it.
The Tronsmart Draco AW80 turns your TV into a powerful Android smart TV. At its heart is the octa-core Allwinner AW80 with its 64-core PowerVR GPU.
Tronsmart has announced the world’s first Android based TV media player with an octa-core processor. Uses Allwinner A80 Soc and comes with up to 4GB of RAM.
Today’s indie app of the day is Feather. This is a quick, small, minimal media player that focuses on playing media and nothing else. Check it out!
The Cortex-A17 based Tronsmart Orion R28 turns your TV into a fully fledged Android smart TV. You can access YouTube, Netflix, the Google Play store, and more. Read our review to see how the device fared in our testing.
In depth review of an Android media box called the “EZTV”, it is described as a media player with Wi-Fi. On the actual box it is called “Enjoy TV” with the slogan, “Make your TV smart and get connected.” What is different about this particular Android TV device is that you can add a hard drive and that makes all the difference!
The developers behind the popular cross platform media app Plex have announced a ground up redesign of their Android app.
The XBMC for Android app has received its latest update. The open-source media center is now more “user-friendly” and should be “full functional” on any Android device.
Looking for a new media center for your array of mobile technology? Something that has already proven itself to the masses? If you answered “Yes” to both of those questions, then you’ll be happy with what I have to say about the newly announced Beta 2 (Frodo) of XBMC. This new build not only brings many fixes over the previous beta, but you can now install its mobile version to any supported Android device!