5 Best Video Player Apps for iPhone in 2019

Whether you are looking into video player apps just for recreational or educational purposes, there’s a lot of them out on the market. Some are jam-packed with features, and others keep it pretty simple, so it can be hard to narrow it down to one or two that you’ll like to use primarily. Today, we’re sharing with you our list of the best video player apps for iPhone in 2019.

PlayerXtreme

PlayerXtreme is able to play in more than 35 video formats and in HD audio quality. With this app you can stream and watch just about any type of video, whether it’s on your hard drive or in your cloud. This video player also supports Apple, Airplay, and GoodCast so you can easily watch anything from your phone on your TV so you can see your movies in 4K definition.

PlayerXtreme features easy-to-use navigation and excellent organizational skills with folders so you can easily access any of your movies. This player lets you not only access movies from the cloud, but also lets you download movies off your PC, so no matter where you’re at, you can easily watch any of your digital movies on the go.

KMPlayer

KMPlayer has been downloaded more than 800 million times, so you can be sure this one won’t disappoint! KMPlayer supports nearly every video format, and has support for any type of subtitle formats.

This player can be played in HD, UHD, 4K, and even 8K, so you can enjoy the highest quality videos or movies on your big flat screen TV, or a smaller phone screen. This player also lets you choose a mirror effect too, which helps people who are using videos to learn choreography.

This player also supports Google Cloud, FTP, and Dropbox, so if you want to watch right off your cloud, you can. The developers have put a lot of research and details into making KMPlayer the best it can be, and they’re always working on it to improve speed accuracy and hone the extra features.

YouTube

Yes, in case you didn’t know, YouTube doubles as a video player and a movie player, featuring some of the latest titles and some older, nostalgic movies.

This app lets you cast whatever you’re watching onto any of your displays, as long as your TV or monitor supports casting (meaning you can easily use your phone as a remote to find videos or movies you want to watch on your TV).

From gaming channels to news networks that offer live streaming, YouTube has so much to offer, and really just about any genre you could think of. So whether you’re looking to entertain the kids for a bit, or just learn a new skill, this platform is a great way to do that.

VLC

In the past, VLC was a player you’d only find available for your PC. But because it was so well-loved, they decided to make it for your phone too!

VLC will work with most formats, and not only plays music/videos off of your phone directly, as it also will play any movies or music you have on Dropbox, Google Drive, OneDrive, Box, iCloud, iTunes, and through WiFi sharing.

This video player also lets you playback at any speed, so if you want to see a cool action shot in slow motion, you can easily speed it up to the part you’re looking. VLC also supports casting, so you can watch it on the big screen as well.

8Player

8Player has more than 500,000 users and features a beautifully smooth interface that works great for any size phone or tablet. This player can be used with any video, audio, and subtitle formats, so no matter what video or movie (and even music) you want to watch or listen to, this video player has got it for you.

Verdict

There are so many video and movie players to choose from, so we decided to make a list with some of our favorites to try and help narrow down the search for you. We certainly hope you’ll give these a try, and let us know which one you like best.