Top 3 iPad Video Apps for Free

Watching videos on your iPad would have been an enjoyable thing if you’re not annoyed by the few formats it supports (i.e., mp4, m4v, and mov). Thus playing videos on your iPad could even be a chore with the native video player. There are many video player apps for iPad videos, most of which are declaring to support formats. Among them, I recommend you 3 ones which are good that play most of the standard video formats (wmv, mkv, avi, mp4, flv, rmvb, and even subtitle files) and cost you no money.

PlayerXtreme HD - Premium Multimedia Player

PlayerXtreme HD-free iPad video player
PlayerXtreme is able to run files in almost any video format. With it you can play your email attachments. HD (in 1080P) playback is supported for MP4, MOV and M4V formats. It supports .srt subtitles and you can control subtitle's font size, track, and language. One of the most astonishing features is that it could boost volume upto 12 times of the original sound, which makes it possible for you viewing videos without headphones.

PlayerX would be a decent option for most standard quality videos, despite its slow speed in loading files. BTW, there are no ads included.

8player lite

8Player lite-free iPad video player
With 8player lite, you can play videos on your i-devices, not just for iPad, but also for iPod and iPhone. Well, actually, it’s more than just a video player, it also supports audio formats as mp3, aac, wav, etc. and images of jpeg, png, etc. formats.

As the latest application for Video, Music & Photo streaming from any compatible UPnP/DLNA server, you can use embedded Windows 7 server (built in Windows Media Player), or download any other free server, if you don’t have DLNA/UPnP servers.

OPlayerHD Lite

OPlayer HD lite-free iPad video player
Well, this is lite version of OPlayerHD which has been rated as “iPhone apps Plus Best”. Actually, I think it would be the best free choice in video player apps. After all, the main difference between the lite and full versions is a single ad that rests in the top of the iPad, often in the black letterbox bars. It supports most of the video formats, video formats, and even subtitle file formats. Though not displaying quite as sharply as AV Player or GoodPlayer, OPlayerHD Lite has an integrated browser, ftp, and streaming options.

With free these video players you can watch your movies on the go from anywhere even if they’re in any format even if they don’t normally play or even sync with your iPad!

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