EDIT: can't post links, search for "Airvidplay" in market.
Extract media videos embedded in web pages and display them on any player you want! With Airvidplay you can extract video clips embedded in websites (Even if your browser does not support FLASH!) having the freedom for playing it anytime, on the device you want without the need of using a web browser. Once Airvidplay has processed a web page with an embedded video and you extract the video link you can:
-Watch the video in the native Android player or your favorite Android player (*).
-Download the video directly to your mobile device for later viewing without relying on an internet connection (**).
-Send a direct link to the video from your Android device to the TV in your living room or any 'renderer' DLNA in order to play it automatically with the highest quality possible (***).
-Share a direct link to the extracted video by email with a friend or yourself for playing it on any PC application.
Airvidplay is very simple to use: explore the web (or the specific video site app) from where you want to extract the video, share the link address with the "Share" function and then select "Airvidplay" in the list of available applications. If you run Airvidplay manually, the application tries to find a valid video link copied to the clipboard. Before playing, if desired, you can select the preferred video quality within the available (Low, Standard, High or HD). Sit back and enjoy the video!
Currently Airvidplay 1.0 supports the following video sites:
- ... And more supported sites in future releases!
-Airvidplay is unable to extract embedded videos on websites not belonging to the original video own domain. You must visit the original web video for proper operation.
This is a free version and it includes advertising banners. Airvidplay has been programmed in MIT App Inventor environment with minor modifications of Dalvik opcodes in the final stage.
(*) The native Android media player does not support playback of most low quality videos (FLV). To be played on an Android device a FLV player as "Mx Player" is required.
(**) Most web browsers automatically try to play videos instead of downloading them. "Opera Mobile" has been tested as capable of downloading videos.
(***) To send videos from Airvidplay to your TV or DLNA 'renderer' you need a DLNA control point as "BubbleUPnP" installed on your Android device.