Mizuu is an Android app that lets you organize your movies and TV shows, navigate online videos, and watch trailers for movies that are currently in theaters or coming soon, among other things.

Last time we checked in on Mizuu, it had just hit version 2.0. Almost two years later the developer has released Mizuu 3.0. It features a major overhaul of the user interface, new features, and a new price: Mizuu is now available for free.

mizuu 3

Some of the key new features include a new design inspired by Google’s Material design, Chromcast support for SMB and UPnP content, and improvements to performance, the database structure, and editing of content in your library.

Note that Mizuu isn’t a media player. It’s a front-end that helps you manage your videos by offering artwork, sorting tools, and additional details about you media including plot summaries, actor biographies and filmographies, and more. When you use the app to select a video, you can choose any media player on your Android device to actually play the file.

Up until recently Mizuu sold for $2.99. Now it’s available for free. You can also check out the source code or contribute to the project through its github repository.

via /r/Android



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One reply on “Mizuu media center app for Android goes free (and gets a major update)”

  1. in the past they have tricked users many times with free versions (eg com.miz.mizuu_appgratis) which stopped working after a day or two and sent back users to the paid version.
    maybe they have plans to release another paid app and stop disable this one, or maybe they are just turning it into a freemium.
    in any case, mizuu does not simply go free 🙂

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