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9s-Video HD

9s-Video HD

9s-Video HD is a video player for the Android platform which is designed for Android tablets running Honeycomb.

9s-Video HD in action

Features:

  • Supports Android 3.x in 1280 x 800 and 1024 x 600
  • 3D graphic design
  • Portrait and landscape modes supported
  • Thumbnails support
  • Remembers the last position for each file
  • Listed by folder

9s-Video HD performs badly in so many different areas it is hard to know where to start. Regardless of its many faults, the fact that the app does not allow users to alter the aspect ratio results in many video files being unwatchable. Further, it performed no better than the stock player (worse in fact). Too many files do not even start playing.

We are not particularly enamored with the interface, although this is at least functional. Whilst the software is billed as being targeted for Android 3.x devices, it does not mask the task bar, which is off putting when watching video files.

If I was being cynical, I would say that the developers of 9s-VideoHD chose its name simply so that the software is listed first when starting files from a file manager, and the list of installed apps in the Android market.

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$0.99 / 0.63
BROGENT Technologies Inc.

Verdict:

We are sorry to say but 9s-Video HD is miles away from being fit for purpose. An unmitigated disaster in every department, ranging from an appalling directory browser and only a small number of video files are actually watchable. Avoid like the plague. Even if you are attracted by its low cost, steer clear as most of the free video players are far better.

2/10

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Last Updated Sunday, October 02 2011 @ 03:12 AM EDT


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