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Phillips Digital Signage Software

11 August 2016

Navori recently released a QL Player version made especially for Philips Professional Display Solutions. QL is certified for the 2019 Philips D-Line and P-line system-on-chip displays that feature embedded Android 7 media player hardware.

System on Chip (SoC) display customers save up to 48% compared to those who use legacy PCs.  SoC displays are also 3 times more reliable than traditional PCs.

QL Player is the first and only software application that is native to this hardware platform. It offers the same level of performance as a Windows PC or a 1K external Android media player.

QL Player for Philips SoC displays can be downloaded directly from the Content Manager UI. Philips digital sign displays come in two versions.  There is a standard version available in 32, 43, 49, 55, 65- and 75-inch sizes, and a touch-enabled version  available in 10, 43, 55, and 65-inch sizes.

These SoC displays are available worldwide and can be ordered from your local Philips sales office.


  • QL Player is a professional grade native Android player software with exceptional performance and smooth, broadcast-quality transitions.  The software supports multi-zone/multi-layered templates, live data feeds, and social media content from Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, Google Calendar and Microsoft Exchange.
  • Control your display’s hardware using QL: Screen on-off, scheduled remote QL player software upgrades and downgrades, real-time hardware and software monitoring. QL Player has full control of all hardware resources which is critical for mid to large digital signage deployments.
  • QL Player is certified by Philips and a software download link is accessible from the Philips professional display app store.

Philips professional displays support  every QL feature, including mobile control, multi-player synchronization and WebSocket server control with content triggering.

Contact your local Navori office to book a trial or to request additional information.

Published on September 23, 2019