Recently, Terrarium TV has announced that use YesPlayer with Terrarium TV to receive fewer video ADs from Terrarium TV. And they also suggest people don’t choose links labeled with “[SlowServer]”. They freeze a lot. However, we have heard that Yes player makes all their links freeze. Switched back to MX player and the same links are fine no buffering. Is YesPlayer really don’t meet users’ need and could not better than MX player?
Support voice to YesPlayer, actually, we could see that Terrarium TV worked until 4 am yesterday night and want to provide people more fast links and GoogleVideo links. But today, you guys keep saying that you dislike YesPlayer. But actually, you are not forced to use it. Also, you guys keep. Anyone that’s even remotely/briefly looked into streaming has heard the praises of Terrarium because it’s far superior to anything else. Thousands of people would gladly pay a monthly subscription to access terrarium.
But some people may not agree that YesPlayer has fewer ads. according to one friend said, if you exit the moxie or episode before it’s over. During the credits. Your screen will flip sideways & you guys see an ad for a second. It goes back to the list. I use Mx Player. I had a Starz ad for a new show tonight before an Episode. It was about 10 seconds. Even paid Hulu has ads on some shows. I mean I don’t mind it. And even updated and installed yes player on firestick, unfortunately, yes player only plays half of the sound channel (music but no voices), gone back to MX player and everything is fine.
There is also a neutral view, Druv Vb said he doesn’t mind adds, and installing another video player on an old android box.
How about you? What do you think of YesPlayer or MX player?
Here is A list of fast servers (in no particular order):
Always choose links with the above labels. There should be no or less buffering. You should not choose links labeled with “[SlowServer]” if you are not going to download them and watch later.
Remember: You can use YesPlayer if you want to see less video ad. YesPlayer the future of the built-in ExoPlayer.