CNET New Review on Macgo Free Mac Media Player as Powerful Media Player

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[] Hong Kong - Macgo Free Mac Media Player has received a new review from CNET editors. If the user opens CNET Download and clicks on "Mac", the first software he/she can see is Macgo Free Mac Media Player with a short review under the title "Universal media player that supports almost any video, audio, and photo format you throw at it." Also on another big software download website Softonic, Macgo Free Mac Media Player has a fairly high user rating right now: usability 10; Stability 9.9; Installation 10; Functionality 10; Appearance 9.9.

As summarized by CNET editors in the review, "Macgo Free Mac Media Player is a solid piece of software that will play back almost any type of media file you have on a disc, USB drive, or your hard drive. While not a full replacement for the built-in tools in OS X, it offers a number of solid supplements for those files that OS X doesn't play naturally."

Compared to three media players from Apple Mac itself, Macgo Free Mac Media Player outweighs them to a great degree. Mac users can import several different types of media with QuickTime, but still many formats are not supported by this official media player on Mac. Although it now can be used on a Windows based computer, there is still a lot to be done according to user feedback. Well-known by the world as a powerful digital library, today Apple iTunes can come this far certainly because it can sync songs, pictures, videos, and more with Apple devices, but also because it can work on a non-Apple platform like Windows. Although with its simplified interface and improved MiniPlayer, Apple iTunes only supports limited file formats. The last media player software on Mac is DVD Player, also called Apple DVD Player, which is the default DVD Player on Mac OS X. A DVD drive (such as a SuperDrive) or an external DVD drive is needed if the user wants to use a DVD Player to play DVDs on Mac. Commercial DVDs, homemade DVDs, or few movie file formats stored on Mac are supported by this media player.

Macgo Free Mac Media Player is an all-in-one media player for almost all media categories and formats, including MOV, MKV, AVI, FLV, MP4, MPEG, RMVB, WMV, DVD, VideoCD, MP3, WMA, AAC, AC3, and more. It can play not only movies, videos, audios but also songs and photos on all Mac models with its full compatibility with Mac OS X 10.10 Yosemite. It can directly output DVD or other videos with up to 1080p high-definition quality and support DTS5.1 without any quality loss. With Macgo's AirX technology, users can enjoy media entertainment anywhere and anytime as long as their Mac and iOS devices are on the same Wi-Fi environment or home network.

As a user-friendly player with beautiful interface and layout, Macgo Free Mac Media Player can support dozens of media formats better than any other players for Mac, except for Blu-ray. Users who want to experience Blu-ray discs, Blu-ray Menu, Blu-ray ISO files, and BDMV folder can have a try with Macgo Mac Blu-ray Player, which is the first Blu-ray media player software for Apple Mac. The upgraded decoder optimized the player's performance, and Mac Blu-ray Player can support 4K video now. Mac version and Windows version are both available at Macgo Homepage with a 33% discount. The Free trial version can be downloaded at Macgo's Download Center.

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