Both of them are great options. nPlayer does have the advantages that it also supports a lot of music filetypes like .mp3Ok which MKV Player is all around the best? I want to chose wisely what mkv player app I buy.
Both of them are great options. nPlayer does have the advantages that it also supports a lot of music filetypes like .mp3
The last time i did use one it was Infuse 3 Pro though which offered a great way of automatically getting the opensubtitles added to a movie. I'm not sure if nPlayer offers that nowadays as well. I couldn't find it in their App Store description so I guess not.
As willmtaylor is already saying. If it's something you use daily it isn't pricey at all. With all the great features it has it's worth every euro/dollar I think for both nPlayer and Infuse Pro. Because of the opensubtitles thing I prefer currently Infuse Pro and I use it more for video then music that is my preference. For audio I still use other devices at this moment.
It lacks crucial features I think:VLC, I don't know why would you try anything else. Free.
It lacks crucial features I think:
* opensubtitles.org support (like Infuse Pro has)
* Chromecast support
* Dolby® Digital Plus (AC3/E-AC3), DTS® and DTS-HD® audio.
Different users, different wishes.WUT?
VLC is a .mkv capable video player for an iOS device, not a bloody Kodi thing. I really do not care about the DTS-HD"®" audio while sitting on a plane.
I was in the same boat when I switched from Android to iOS. Once I got nPlayer I never regretted buying it.
FTP movies to it? Why would you do that? Why not connect to a local NAS and then stream it on your iDevice or if you want to take it with you use a download option in your favorite video app (if it has that feature).+1 for AVPlayer ... I just FTP movies to it and they play. Simple as.
VLC for Apple TV sucks big deal, to begin with you can't resume playback.i prefer VLC - it is free and work for all: ios, android, appletv, mac, win, linux...
i have nplayer plus but unfortunately, it still hasnt appletv app althought the dev has been promised it for a year and i dont even remember how many times that has been asked from their webpages.
i dont own infuse, and not going to buy it either. their standalone version seems to be a version that need to be bought on everytime it is upgrdaded or you need to pay it monthly (subscription) - no thanks.
vlc is free and plays formats nicely.