Wondershare: Best streaming android app? Review

Posted Aug 28, 2012 at 9:47 pm in Threads > Apps

I am pretty surprised that not a lot of people have mentioned this app, or the fact that it hasnt made it onto this site, but i have been using this app for awhile now and i cant help but to express how great this thing is

The Good: The UI is pretty easy to understand and it comes with a native browser so you can also stream from websites directly within the app, it comes with Hulu, youtube, espn, TED as recommended sites to stream from and that’s just a few. For a long time i hated the fact that i needed a HuluPlus account just to watch hulu on my phone when i could do that for free on my pc, but WonderShare killed that annoyance for me, streaming is great and the quality is at a default 480p. It also streams content you already have on your phone which makes it a great all in one media player for your phone, you can easily stream sites that usually force you to sit through ads without ever having to see them…it also pops up when you’re trying to stream html5 content online and i’ve find myself going to it from time to time, cause honestly, streaming html5 on android isn’t the greatest experience.

The Bad: Just like any app, it tend to freeze and locks up, but it rarely happens, it could be my phone or a problem with the app it self, but with how rare it happens i can’t complain too much either way.

Bottom line is, if you’re looking for a great all around media app with everything you need, and a great streaming experience, then wondershare is down right perfect for that…so with that said, i can say it’s the best all around media app for android, if you can’t take my word for it, give it a go.


  • MitchRapp81

    Sounds like I’m gonna give this a shot. I’m curious about 720P .MKV playback and if it’s any better than MX Player…


    • kwills88

      just tested a 720p video and it played effortlessly, no lag or jagged pixels..but MX player’s embedded subtitle loader is the main reason why i keep MX.