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Finally Windows Media Player enters Android Platform

|March 31 2012 |Android, Mobile Apps, Microsoft, Mobile OS


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It is good news for Android phone users as finally Windows Media Player (WMP) has been launched in the Android platform. It has been made available on the Google Play Store for free. The platform of Android is increasing at an immense rate ever since in entered mainstream. Windows Media Player is available on the store and the file is 9 Mb in size so it won’t take time to download it. A point to be noted is that WMP will be available only for Android 2.1 or above.

Presently Android uses MoboPlayer as its media supporting tool but now the users can also go for Windows Media Player for a change. People are keen to try it out on their phones since it is the first time that Windows Media Player has been launched and operated on a different operating system. And the response that WMP has garnered is commendable as the tool works perfectly fine on Android Platform and meets the expectations of the users.

Once WMP is opened, the user will be shown a browser where they can search for video files in their system and then play them. Windows Media Player is compatible with a lot of video formats such as MP4, AVI, MPEG, GIF and 3GP, OGG, MPG, FLV, SWF, WMV, MOV, MKV as well as OGG. Thus as it can be ascertained, Windows Media Player covers almost all the known formats of video files, so the user won’t experience in hassle with the formats of the video.

So rush to Google Play Store and download it.

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