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MP3 Video Converter


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MP3 Video Converter: 2.2.9

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With MP3 Video Converter, you can convert, resize and trim your videos and audios with various options. (bitrate, size, meta data)
1. Supports various types of videos (MP4, 3GP, WEBM, WMV, FLV and so on)
2. Supports various types of audio (MP3, AAC, OGG and so on)
3. Supports editing meta information (title, album, artist)

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Access coarse location

Allows an app to access approximate location derived from network location sources such as cell towers and Wi-Fi.

Access fine location

Allows an app to access precise location from location sources such as GPS, cell towers, and Wi-Fi.

Access network state

Allows applications to access information about networks.

Access wifi state

Allows applications to access information about Wi-Fi networks.

Change wifi state

Allows applications to change Wi-Fi connectivity state.

Get tasks

Allows an application to get information about the currently or recently running tasks.


Allows applications to open network sockets.

Read external storage

Allows an application to read from external storage.


Allows access to the vibrator.

Wake lock

Allows using PowerManager WakeLocks to keep processor from sleeping or screen from dimming.

Write external storage

Allows an application to write to external storage.

Ratings & Latest Reviews

  • Use

    Very very easy app


  • Good


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    Chutiyaappa he BC... 1 song bhi tubemate Ka audio me convert nhi hota hh.... Bc

    when it changes to mp3 the audio is diffrent than the video audio (turns a bit crappy)

  • Good but must also have a feature for conversion into other Formats. E.g:- from high to a low quality Vedio.

    I love RESHMA


  • Awsome in every way i just wish i could compress large videos in HD. If u guys can do that ill rate it 5 stars in no time:)

    It's true that this is first of all a video converter, but it's so disappointing that I can't convert my recordings from wav to mp3.

  • I don't know what happened to this app, it sucks now unlike before. Can't even convert downloaded video from Tubemate so it's basically useless.

    That's The Best Song converting app... No Excuse

  • I don't like it

    Need to update the app

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    Android app closes automatically right after lauching

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    I am writing an android app and testing in on my own phone. It's working properly except that sometimes after I click the icon, the app shows up for half a second and then closes. The weird things are:

    1. It only happens about once in 20 times.
    2. When it crashes, if you try to re-open the app it will crash too. You have to do something else (like using another app) before you can open the app normally.
    3. When it crashes, if you try to open some other cheap apps they will crash too. (But not those decent ones like "Angry Bird")

    Following are my configuration settings:

    • The app is written in Android 1.6. (A survey says there are still 30% Android phones are on 1.6, so I chose the lowest version possible.)
    • The OS version on my phone is Android 2.1
    • My phone is Samsung Galaxy I9000

    I suspect the problem might have something to do with the OS version or even device type. Has anyone experienced this problem before? The app is still OK to use, but this is a really bad user experience.


    I attached my phone to Logcat as suggested, but it just got weirder. When the app is running, I can see the log is updating and everything is fine. When it crashes, all the log information in Logcat console is gone. There is only one line with tag “WindowManager” left saying:

    "Delivering key 4 to Window{ ...}"

    And the time column is changing quickly. I assume it means I am keep pressing cancel button, which I am not. Does anyone has experience with this?


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    Paste the logcat trace after it crashes. – Cristian Feb 28 '11 at 19:40
    Not to knit pick but according to the latest developer dashboard. 89.8% of clients connecting to the Market are 2.1 or higher.… – Robby Pond Feb 28 '11 at 20:24
    @Robby: Thanks for the information. I didn't know this. If I knew, I totally would have written it in 2.1.. – Xi Zhang Mar 1 '11 at 1:16

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    up vote 3 down vote

    Your app may not be resuming properly. When you leave the app and do something else, the app is restarted from scratch. When you leave and immediately come back, the app is resumed.

    Check out the flowchart at

    Also, I'd like to re-iterate Cristian's comment. Please post a stack trace of the crash.

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    Thank you for your help. I have updated the post with Logcat information. Now I suspect that the problem is of my phone. Maybe the cancel key got stuck? – Xi Zhang Mar 1 '11 at 17:22
    Try the command line tool called adb to get a stack trace. Specifically, "adb logcat" will print out the log. – levis501 Mar 1 '11 at 19:28
    up vote 0 down vote accepted

    I have tried everything I could think of:

    I added System.gc() on start and quit, I added Systme.exit(0) on quit, and I added "kill process" on quit.

    Unfortunately none of those worked. After talking to a few friends now I believe it's the problem is caused by Samsung I9000S with their version of Android 2.1 Update 1. Once updated to 2.2, the problem is gone.

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    6 android apps for AirPlay & DLNA


    AirPlay is the Apple’s cool technology to stream content from iOS devices or iTunes to other Apple devices like Apple TV, Mac, iPad etc. Android does not have anything like this builtin but You can still achieve most of the things with android airplay apps.

    With Apple AirPlay, you can stream music, videos, photos from iTunes or iOS devices like iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch to other apple devices like Apple TV, Mac Book Pro, iPad, iPhone etc

    Google Play Store has quite a few apps to do the same for your android devices. If you have android phone or tablet like Nexus 7, you can play music, photos, videos to your TV, audio speakers etc via AirPlay

    New – For $35 Chromecast , You can stream YouTube, NetFlix, Google Play etc to any TV from any android phone or tablet.

    Update – YouTube’s Send To TV: Read how to airplay YouTube videos to TV via Xbox, PS3, Wii U, Tivo, Blu-ray Player

    1. iMediaShare Lite
    iMediaShare Lite is a free android app. You can stream music, photos, videos from android device to most home devices.

    You don’t need to install anything other than this android app on your android device. It will detect the devices available for streaming from your android device. You can stream videos from online videos sites including YouTube, CNN etc. You can play Picasa Photos, FaceBook content etc.

    What devices you can use for AirPlay:
    Internet Connected Smart TVs: Samsung, LG, Sony BRAVIA, Philips, Panasonic Viera, Toshiba, Google TV
    Game Consoles: XBox 360, Sony PlayStation 3
    Media Players: Apple TV, Sony Blu ray, LG Blu ray, WD TV Live, WD TV Live Hub, WD TV Live Plus, Popcorn Hour, DirecTV, Logitech Revue
    Audio Players: Denon, Sonos, Onkyo, Linn, Philips Streamium, Yamaha, etc.
    DLNA/UPnP: Other DLNA/UPnP compliant media players. Please check DLNA site if you have DLNA enabled devices in your home. You might have DLNA device if you recently bought internet connected TVs, blu ray players etc

    2. Twonky Beam
    Twonky Beam is a free android app for airplay. This is my favorite app. You can stream audio, video, photos to Apple TV, Roku, AirPort Express, UPnP/DLNA devices like TVs, BluRay Players, Xbox 360, PS3 etc. You can stream YouTube videos, popular video sites including Vimeo, CNN etc. This is like AirPlay mirroring.

    You can also access media on your computer like iTunes songs & playlists.

    3. doubleTwist & AirSync
    doubleTwist is a free android app. It can sync iTunes music & playlists to your android phone or tablet using USB. With AirSync (costs $4.99), you can stream music, photos, videos from android device to Apple TV, Xbox 360, PS3 (Play Station 3), Sonos. Enable Airplay & AirTwist under settings to use AirPlay. You will see wifi like icon when you are playing music, videos (landscape mode). Tap on this wifi like icon to select the AirPlay device. You can read more instructions here

    You can also import mp3 songs, photos, videos from android device to your PC or Mac. You can subscribe podcasts and have them downloaded over 3g or WiFi automatically.

    4. AllShare
    If you have Samsung android phone like Galaxy S2, S3, Galaxy Note, Galaxy Exhibit etc or Samsung Tab etc, You can use inbuilt app AllShare or AllShare Play. Your android samsung phone or tablet comes preloaded with AllShare App. This is similar to AirPlay.

    With AllShare, You can stream videos, photos, music to other AllShare/DLNA compatible devices like TVs, computers, cameras etc. You can also access media on the other devices and play them on your android phone or tablet.

    With AllShare Play, when you are playing a video, it will display share icon at the top of screen if there are any DLNA devices available. You can read more about AllShare or AllShare Play faq here.

    5. AirBubble & Android HiFi
    Android HiFi is a free android app. AirBubble is free but AirBubble License app costs $2 bucks. You can use these apps to make your android phone or tablet as AirPlay receiver. You can play audio on to android devices from iTunes or other iOS devices. This is useful If you want to play songs in other room or outside etc. With iTunes Remote, You can control iTunes remotely without sitting near your computer.

    6. ZappoTV
    ZappoTV has android apps for AirPlay for Apple TV, WD TV Live, Samsung, Sony, LG TVs. These apps are not very popular but you can try them to see how they work for you.

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    2 thoughts on “6 android apps for AirPlay & DLNA

    1. corweb on said:

      Gracias por la recopilacion en particular el primero de la lista para mi si es el mejor el cual compre desde google play.

    2. Gearóid O Mórdha on said:

      I have a Bowers & Wilkens Zeppelin Air speaker which us the airplay protocol. Currently I can stream musiv to it from my iPod touch. I have tried a number of android Apps on my Galaxy S4 but none have worked todate. The music player on the S4 lists the Zeppelin as a device but comes back with an error “Unable to play file”. I have tried a number of android apps “airbubble, AppleTvMedia, AirPin, Beam, Samsung Link etc. Any ideas which app will work. Thanks, Gearóid.


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