Lose the interface and immerse in your videos with Invisible Control Video Player for Win 8.

With the integration of touch technology into Windows, you might have expected Microsoft to have basic gesture commands built into its native video players, especially when it is touting the surface tablet; unfortunately, this is not the case. Not to worry, however, as Invisible Controls Video Player is here to save the day!

Supporting most major file formats, Invisible Control lets you configure gestures to the action of your choice. This allows for an unobtrusive interaction with your device while watching videos such as rewinding, fast forwarding, increasing the volume or changing to the next video on the playlist. The average user probably wouldn’t find the lack of gesture control important enough to shell out the extra cash for it, like we did. After a couple of hours of using Invisible Control Video Player, however, we started wondering why this wasn’t included the first place.

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Installation occurs through the Microsoft Windows Store, so the hardest part is probably entering your credit card number and password. The app itself offers a one page tutorial to get you started. We suggest that you head on over to the setting page to check out the possible commands. The top and bottom of the screen act as an invisible playback bar and volume bar respectively. Tapping the top allows you to scrub the currently watched video and doing likewise on the bot… [Read more]

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