GOM Player – Download & Software Review

GOM Player – Download & Software Review

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8.5/10 (Expert Score)
Product is rated as #84 in category Android
  • Available for Windows, iOS and Android Devices.
  • Skin Interface with Support to Capture Screen.
  • Free Version contain Ads.

GOM Player is an advanced media player software that is used to watch videos or movies. GOM Player is an abbreviation of Gretech Online Player. Also, it is developed and distributed by GOM & Company which is a South Korean company. This software has each of that feature which you would want in a media player. So, it is an all-in-one package that you should definitely try. The interface of the software is pretty cool and simple. And, you won’t find it much difficult to use it. Also, it offers you a lot of videos as well as video tweaking tools that you can use without any learning curve. Moreover, it also has a feature which allows you to download subtitle and codecs if you want to. Other than that it has support to 360° video too. Also, it allows you to connect to your TV and have a large screen experience.

Furthermore, GOM Player can not only play local videos only. But, if you want to then you can also play any content from Youtube in the player. With that, if you want to take a pic from the video which you are watching. Then, it also allows you to screengrab any moment from the video. So, you can capture any still if you would like to. It has other advanced features like speed control, A-B repeat mode, and audio/video effects, etc.

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