MoboPlayer is one of the best offline video players for playing video files like MP4, WMV, and AVI which I used for Google Android. MoboPlayer opens very quickly, and video files plays quickly as well. Moboplayer plays video smoothly without slowing down my tablet. It also never crashes, and freezes in my experience of using it.
I like the easy to use user interface in Moboplayer because it is easy to use on a smaller touchscreen, so opening, pausing, fast forwarding, rewinding, and adjusting the volume in videos is simple to do.
It scans and find all the video files on my device, so I can play them without needing to manually add them. Moboplayer also can play many different video file formats like MKV, MPV, MOV, MP4, and many others, so this would save you a lot of time because you no longer need to re-convert your video files to different formats to be able to play them on your tablet because Moboplayer can play many formats.. It also supports SRT, ASS, and SAA subtitles format, and different audio streams which is useful if you are watching a video in a loud room, you don’t have very good hearing, or you are watching a foreign film in a language you do not understand.
Moboplayer displays video in a thumbnail, so I can open them quickly by taping on them, and it also supports playlist, and continuous play of videos of same type. I can also sort videos by type, and use media libraries.
I can also use streaming HTTP, and RTSP protocols to watch videos hosted on the internet or a home media server/computer or laptop with files running a media server software which is connected to your local home network via Ethernet wires or wi-fi.
There is also a useful Windowed video mode which display the video in a re-sizeable window on your homescreen which could come in handy when you need to pause the video to draw a scene of the video on a drawing and sketching app, or if you need to reply to many text messages, and e-mails while watching a video to make replying to messages more fun because you have a video to watch while you are doing repetitive tasks like replying to messages, checking your agenda, reading comments on a blog, etc.
Moboplayer also can play videos at their original size, full screen, 4:3, 16:9. and other sizes to make videos more clear, use up all the screen, or be displayed at the right aspect ratio like 4:3-16:9, so videos do not look squeezed, or stretched on your tablet or smartphone.
You can download Moboplayer by searching for it on Google Play, or using the Amazon App store for Kindle Fire and Android to download MoboPlayer