Infuse Pro 5

The beautiful way to watch almost any video format

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Parwinder Bhagat
Parwinder Bhagat@parwinder · Software Architect @ Pampered Chef
Why would I spend $12.99 on this when I can use VLC (cross-platform) for free? VLC does the job.
Nicolas Hoizey
Nicolas Hoizey@nhoizey · CTO, Clever Age
Synchronization with Trakt is really nice. That's why I bought the app. But the interface is a mess (at least on an iPhone) when you watch both series episodes and movies. The covers are completely mixed, it's difficult to find the one that you want to watch now, and there is no obvious way to know which episode is the next one. Additionaly, you can watch your iTunes synced videos, but watched status is not synced, so if you use iTunes' "3 most recent not watched episodes" options, it will not work at all. It seems it's because of Apple, not Infuse, through.
Nichole Elizabeth DeMeré
Nichole Elizabeth DeMeréHunterPro@nikkielizdemere · B2B SaaS Consultant
"Ignite your video content with Infuse – the beautiful way to watch almost any video format on your iPhone, iPad, and Apple TV. No need to convert files! Infuse is optimized for iOS 10, with powerful streaming options, trakt sync, and unmatched AirPlay and subtitle support. Gorgeous interface. Precise controls. And silky-smooth playback."
Ali Husen
Ali Husen@icame21 · Seeker
Is there any extra advantage over the currently available free options like VLC? Also this advantage has to be really really good to pursue me to pay for a media player but I am curious if they have such a feature up their sleeves?