Both iPhone and iPad are great devices for viewing videos. But they also have a major drawback: they can play only a few formats at high resolutions. This not-so-admirable feature leaves Apple lovers with three choices:
- Spend a significant amount of time converting videos to a format supported by their iPhone or iPad
- Do not view formats not supported by their Apple device
- Use a third-party application for playing other formats not supported by their device
The third option is ideal for someone who loves watching videos. Some of the better third-party applications for viewing different video formats on an Apple device are AVPlayer HD, OPlayer HD, and Cinexplayer HD. All three are paid applications.
If you also use an Apple notebook, besides the video-converting applications you must also consider using a mac optimizing tool. Such tools can make a world of difference to your notebook’s performance and security. With the help of a Mac optimizing tool you can keep your Mac laptop new for virtually forever.