RealPlayer for Android released, looks promising

RealPlayer, the once popular and a must have software on PCs and even on mobile phones has today announced the launch of its Android app.


The app which was in beta testing has been released for all Android users who have a device running on Android 2.1 and up. The player has been made available in two flavours, a free version and a paid version which will offer additional features via an in-app purchase.

Features available with the free RealPlayer app:
  • Music, videos and photos all in one place
  • Available in nine languages
  • Optimized graphics for high-res devices
  • Playlists
  • lastFMscrobbling
  • Voice commands for search
  • Control playback when phone is locked
  • Sharing on popular social media sites
  • Move application to SD card
  • Set your favourite song as a ringtone
  • Headphones controls
  • Auto bookmarking of videos
  • Home screen widgets to control the media
  • Access any file format your device supports

Additional Features available through an in-app upgrade:
  • Graphic equalizer with the ability to save custom settings
  • Metadata discovery using the Gracenote database
  • Manual metadata editing
  • Cross-fading for a seamless music experience
  • RealAudio and RealVideo (rmvb) support
  • No advertisements

We would suggest that if you are an Android device owner, the RealPlayer app is a must try, at least once as the company has put in every effort to make the app worth loving.
Also this is an initial version and we hope the app to improve with future updates. You can get your copy of the app by following the widget below.