Invisible Controls Video Player

Invisible Controls Video Player is a unique video player which has invisible controls and can be controlled by using touch gestures like tap, double-tap or swipe and is very useful as controls shown while watching a video become too obtrusive and annoying. How To Use: Download and run the app. Tap Open Video or Open Folder and select the videos that you want to play. If you select multiple videos, they will be added in the playlist. When the video is playing, to seek/scrub the video position, tap in the top area and slide your finger left or right. Similarly, to increase/decrease the volume, tap in the bottom area and slide your finger left or right. In the middle area, a tap will play or pause the video and a double-tap will stop the video and go to the main menu. Swiping your finger upwards will play the next video if you have selected multiple videos and swiping downwards will play the previous video in the playlist. Swiping left will rewind and swiping right will forward the video 3 seconds. Gestures: Tap : Same as a mouse click Double-tap : Same as a mouse double-click Swipe up : Touch the screen in the bottom part of the screen & move your finger upwards Swipe down : Touch the screen in the top part of the screen & move your finger downwards Swipe left : Touch the screen in the right part of the screen & move your finger left Swipe right : Touch the screen in the left part of the screen & move your finger right These gestures can be configured in the Settings to perform different actions for one, two, three, four and five fingers.

Features:

  • Can play all video files supported by the default Videos app
  • All gestures can be configured to the action of the user's liking

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3 May 2016

Nice APP


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28 August 2014

July 2014 version plays m4v and mpg flawlessly. It would get five stars except that it does need an option to display some information. Right now there is nothing -- no elapsed/total time, volume indication, or even the name of the video that's playing. Even with these issues, it's still my goto player when I'm on a tablet. Nothing else comes close for ease of use without a mouse. I've only seen one bug -- when playing a folder, the files are not played in order (at least not any order I can figure out). So when I'm playing tv episodes, I have to play one at a time.


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20 January 2013

wont play tod. on surface


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30 December 2012

Luckily it was only 1.99. Bought it because it said it could play ASFs. It could not. Also wouldn't play any MP4 file.


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23 December 2012

The App claim to support .mpg . It does not. When trying to play a .mpg I got a File format not supported error. Some avi's and .wmv seams to work as advertised but it also failed to play one of my .avi files.


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12 December 2012

My m4v file did not play.


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28 November 2012

no MKV support


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28 November 2012

This app claims it supports .MOD files and it doesn't.....it may be lying about other formats as well.


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27 November 2012

i guess...


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25 November 2012

Two actions are missing for me: volume and brightness levels. Also why isn't there a progress bar with all the typical information when pause is pressed: time elapsed, remaining etc... finally any chance the MKV format could be added?

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