Access Music, Video & Audio Files
Coreplayer truly is an application that once you’ve used, you cannot do without.
As a media player, Coreplayer has a playlist function, as well as a means of accessing your music, video and audio files depending on year, genre, artist, album – all of the standard media player fare.
The layout and organisation of the player is pleasing, with the preference options for every function you can think of separated neatly into pages rather than the long, endlessly scrolling screen found on players.
One of the best uses of Coreplayer is for viewing Youtube videos on a Windows Mobile device. Far better than relying on the browser plugin being up to date. This can be achieved using Coreplayer’s Open URL command, into which the required Youtube URL can be typed or pasted. Playback is smooth and of comparable quality to the same clip viewed on a desktop PC.
In conjunction with the iPlayer for Windows Mobile tool, Coreplayer can be used to view BBC content, while it also deals with some difficult to manage video formats. Like me, you might have been sent videos filmed on other phones in one format and found that you’ve been unable to view them – with the vast amount of formats available under Coreplayer, this problem should soon be a thing of the past.