The next android device to be launched from Google is the MX Player 2021. The new device will enable users to enjoy music and videos from all leading music and video stores including Netflix, YouTube, Vimeo, Sonos etc. The device will also be able to access live TV channels from Sky, BSkyB, Freeview, Canal+ and many more. This player will also allow android users to stream video content from sites like Hulu, Livestream and YouTube. The device also integrates with Google's new Cloud Messaging, which allows users to chat with their friends, family and business clients through the messenger service. The most striking feature of this device is that it can be used as a television remote control due to its Android Auto functionality.
As compared to the old version of MX Player that can only play standard video formats, the new one comes with a wide range of music and video apps pre-installed in it, allowing the user to enjoy music and videos across different devices and networks. One of the most popular music apps in the player is the Google Play Music which has over 60 million downloads and is accessed by millions of users world-wide. There are also apps for watching live TV, music videos, news, weather, sports, social networking and many more. It can also be used as an internet browser which allows you to browse the web using the smooth and high-speed Android interface.
Users can use their MX Player in conjunction with their smartphones running on the latest version of the androids 4.0 " Kit Kat " to access premium movie channels from Google Play. Users will not have to worry about compatibility as the device is designed to be fully compatible with all leading android devices running on the latest Jellybean and Kit Kat. Users can simply connect their HDTV to their TV and choose their favourite channels from their choice of paid channels available on the MX Player. You can also purchase movie DVDs to play with the device and watch them directly on your TV with a multi-orientation interface including DVD, Blu-ray, PTP and Component video.