5 Apps To Convert Videos For Android Mobiles

"5 Apps To Convert Videos For Android Mobiles"

If you’re a happy owner of an Android phone, you might have thought of the opportunity to watch any video file on it. However, Adroid mobile devices support relatively few video formats, only H.263, H.264 AVC, MPEG-4. Obviously, if you want to put a video or DVD to your Android phone, you can’t deal without the conversion. Here is the roundup of five free tools which can assist you with video to Android conversion.

1). Videora Android Converter

It’s a nice choice to implement fast conversion to the desired model of an Android phone, conversion settings are well configurable. The only drawback is that it imposes too much advertising so that the main functionality is sometimes disguised. Overall, this free tool does the job done and offers numerous profiles for Android mobiles. Works under Windows and Mac OS.

2). Freemake Video Converter

This is an awesome tool supporting over 200 input video formats and turninng them into Android-compatible format. The pleasure is that it has an intuitive streamlined interface which guides users during the whole process. No ads, no toolbars or any limitations, everything is totally free of charge. The program also features a built-in YouTube downloader  which lets you convert YouTube flash videos to Android phones on the fly. Requires .Net 4.0 Framework installed and runs only under Windows.

3). DVDVideoSoft Free Video to Android Converter

This free application accepts numerous video formats and makes them compatible with Android OS devices such as Motorola Droid/MileStone, HTC Desire/Tattoo/Wildfire, Nexus One, Acer Stream/Liquid/Ferrari, Samsung Galaxy/Behold II/Moment, Motorola Backflip/Cliq/Devour, etc. The interface is simple and self-explaining, you can easily find how to add/remove files, change tags and output file name. Only Windows OS support.

4). Format Factory

It’s a popular ad-supported freeware that converts video files into MP4 – the common Android format. The interface is user-friendly and not loaded with unnecessary features. However, it’s a bit weird that the file browser doesn’t appear until you select the target format. The program has a lot of profiles for Android mobiles, users can easily find their device and adjust conversion setting to any needs. Works under any Windows OS.

5). MiroVideo Converter

This is another simple tool to convert your videos so that you can play them on your Android phone. The models supported are Droid/Milestone, Nexus One, G1, Magic/myTouch, Droid Eris, HTC Hero, Cliq, Behold. Advanced users will definitely miss options to change video parameters or to queue videos for batch processing, however, this tool has an easy and intuitive interface, supports both Windows and Mac OS.

Elena Vakhromova
She is a software enthusiast and social media marketing specialist. She writes about popular multimedia apps and takes an active part in their promotion in social media.
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8 Comments

  1. Or, save yourself the trouble.

    Just install MoboPlayer and you don’t have to convert them at all, since it plays pretty much everything, including the ever popular AVI format.

  2. Amit says:

    Yep think so. Thnx so much fr your comment. Hope this post helps you with your mobile device.

  3. Lisa says:

    Thank you so much, I can’t wait to pass this information on…
    Have a super afternoon!
    Take care,
    Lisa

  4. Eric says:

    Thanks for this info :) It would be very useful for al Android users. 

  5. Yiddish says:

    The applications are really nice.

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