Today, RealNetworks has launched a new RealPlayer app for Android that it considers a single hub for all of an Android user’s media.

The RealPlayer app for Android offers an easier way to enjoy music, videos and photos on the go. It simplifies the experience by letting you get all your entertainment with just one click – eliminating the need for multiple players and apps to browse your music; play your videos; get your photos; and connect and share on Facebook, Twitter and other social media.

RealNetworks says that the beta version of the app already reached 11.2 million users.

The company provides a list of some of the key features:

    • Easily Organize & Play Music – Use an intuitive interface, metadata discovery, widgets and voice-controlled search.
    • Listen to Music Your Way – You are the DJ with an equalizer, playlist editor, cross fade and personalized radio.
    • Share Your Media – Show off your media on Facebook, YouTube, Flickr and Picasa.

The free RealPlayer app is available for free via the Google Play store.

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