Anyone who has been using a PC for even a short amount of time has probably heard of PowerDVD from CyberLink -- if you haven't, go check it out, I'll wait.

Back? Okay, now that you're more familiar with what PowerDVD is all about, you'll be glad to know that it has made its way to Honeycomb powered tablets, and it's packed with features. With the official app, you can:

  • Wirelessly stream media from PowerDVD on the PC to your tablet
  • Wirelessly save MP4 videos, photos, and music from PowerDVD on the PC
  • Watch videos and play music with the native players
  • Touchup photos with one-click enhancements
  • Create playlists and manage your media library
  • Share content from your tablet to your DLNA TV
  • ...and more

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That pretty much covers the gamut of mobile media viewing, but with the vast amount of features offered by PowerDVD, you can expect an equally large pricetag to go along with it -- $20, to be exact. While I personally feel that this is just a bit steep for an app of any kind, PowerDVD fans will probably have very little trouble justifying the cost. If you already have the Ultra version of PowerDVD, however, you can breathe a sigh of of relief, because you get to score this little gem for absolutely nothing.

Cameron Summerson
Cameron is a self-made geek, Android enthusiast, horror movie fanatic, musician, and cyclist. When he's not pounding keys here at AP, you can find him spending time with his wife and kids, plucking away on the 6-string, spinning on the streets, or watching The Texas Chainsaw Massacre on repeat.

  • Hotmann

    When I saw the title I was hoping that via usb host a usb dvd player could be used...that would be crazy

    • Steven

      Why can't it? Is there no way to read UDF in Honeycomb?

  • Dave

    wait you cant edit? then whats the use? 20 bucks for diffrent media player?

  • Edd

    Lol I'm hardly a fan of the desktop product, but $20 for this is too much anyway!

  • Craig Rachel

    If it's anything like the desktop version, your $20 will get you the app, subsequent updates will be sold to you at the discount price of $18.99, and if you don't want to update, no worries, they will only nag you twice a day about it.

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