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Video Player for Windows

  • Free
  • In English
  • V varies-with-device
  • 4.1
  • (24)
  • Security Status

Softonic review

Software to play HTML5 videos

Video Player is a simple and user-friendly software package that allows users to play HTML5 videos directly from their device. It currently supports both Google Drive and Chromecast. The player has been optimised for children, so all controls are very easy to find. Videos within any playlist are able to played in succession and every device can be synced with the help of a single Google Drive folder. A streamlined interface and a YouTube-like viewing window are other benefits.

PROS

  • The ability to play any HTML5 video.
  • Children can use this player without experiencing any problems.

CONS

  • Not as customisable as similar players.
  • The Google Chrome extension will need to be installed.

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Video Player for PC

  • Free
  • In English
  • V varies-with-device
  • 4.1
  • (24)
  • Security Status

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