Need a Reliable Media Player? Here’s One and It’s Free!


The folks at Media Mobile Technologies Global have developed many apps for Windows 10 and have now been tinkering around with a media player that is part of the Universal Windows Platform that works on Xbox One as well as Windows.  Called Media Player Ultra, the media player is listed to play hundreds of media formats and is great for anyone who wishes to use network media storage in part as a DLNA server.  What makes it best is that the media player is currently free for download.  Anyone who wishes to even test out media or connect a USB device to stream media to their Xbox One should take advantage of this offer.  In testing, we had no issues with anything from .mpeg and .mp4 files all the way to blu-ray rips of videos.  Definitely have a USB 3.0 capable storage device for HD media however.

Check out Media Player Ultra in the Microsoft Store.

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About: Robert Rodkey

A husband and father with a love for gaming and gaming industry. Got my Bachelors degree in Game Design and Simulation and play anything I can get my hands on but currently addicted to Destiny. Whatever else you heard about me, don't believe it... unless it's good. Gamertag: aCerealMurderer

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One thought on “Need a Reliable Media Player? Here’s One and It’s Free!”

  1. zybch says:

    Hardly ever use USB, its NAS all the way for me media consumption.

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