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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by gow75, Nov 14, 2014.

  1. gow75

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    just got the droid turbo very impressed except for the fact there is no built in app for video , music or recorder i had to use thirdparty apps from google play. i guess kit kit doesnt come with them maybe lollipop upgrade?
     

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    I moved this thread to the forum dedicated to discussing this phone.

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    Actually, it does have a built in app for video. It's the same app as the camera. It should come with Google Play music pre-installed, if not... install it.

    As for a recorder, no... but as you see there are many 3rd party apps. You have many choices....

    Is there an issue? Or was this post more of a statement?
     
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    thanks smiles, it was actually a question. i know i can record video and take pics but what i meant was a video player to play movies like .avi , yes i use google music so that is actual music player i would use to play locally stored music files?
     
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    I recommend MX Player as a video player. It can play every format I've tried, from avi to mkv to mp4. Free with ads when paused, with paid option to remove them. The best video player on Android by far IMO.
     
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    QuickPic is better. It's free with no adds and is a GREAT gallery replacement. It's much better than the stock gallery.
     

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