Review: Pantech Marauder for Verizon Wireless
The Marauder relies on stock Android 4.0 tools when it comes to interacting with music and video content. There are generic Android music and video players, as well as Google's Play Store for music, movies, apps, TV shows, and so on. All of this software has been around awhile and works very well. The native media player apps easily spotted side-loaded content and played it back without issue.
Movies and other video looked good on the Marauder's display, and the quality of sound playback was excellent.
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The Marauder has a DLNA app on board for sharing media with other compatible devices. It is called Net Media. It's a terrible app. The older one worked much better. The user interface is horrid, it's slow, and simply doesn't work as it is supposed to.
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