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Updated: 6th top Android app MX Player comes to Windows Phone store

7ccbd070-2732-4dca-9183-c9464fb74007Update:

MX Player dev has confirmed over XDA Forum that it is early Beta version and not fake. So, don’t expect too much  for now and provide as much feedback as possible.

MX Player

This is certainly a very big app news for Windows Phone!! MX Player, the 6th top free Android app on Google Play Store has now arrived for Windows Phone too. Though the Windows Phone app listing is without any details, we have borrowed the feature details from Android listing.

MX Player Features:

a) HARDWARE ACCELERATION – Hardware acceleration can be applied to more videos with the help of new H/W decoder.

b) MULTI-CORE DECODING – MX Player is the first Android video player which supports multi-core decoding. Test result proved that dual-core device’s performance is up to 70% better than single-core devices.

c) PINCH TO ZOOM, ZOOM AND PAN – Easily zoom in and out by pinching and swiping across the screen. Zoom and Pan is also available by option.

d) SUBTITLE GESTURES – Scroll forward/backward to move to next/previous text, Up/down to move text up and down, Zoom in/out to change text size.

e) KIDS LOCK – Keep your kids entertained without having to worry that they can make calls or touch other apps. (plugin required)

Subtitle formats:

– DVD, DVB, SSA/ASS Subtitle tracks.
– SubStation Alpha(.ssa/.ass) with full styling.
– SAMI(.smi) with ruby tag support.
– SubRip(.srt)
– MicroDVD(.sub)
– VobSub(.sub/.idx)
– SubViewer2.0(.sub)
– MPL2(.mpl)
– PowerDivX(.psb)
– TMPlayer(.txt)
– Teletext
– PJS(.pjs)
– WebVTT(.vtt)

MX Player link

Thanks Jithin for the tip. Cheers!!

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  • Rakesh

    This is a beta. The developer said so on xda forum

    • Kamal

      Thanks for the tip 🙂

  • MichalR

    the application didnt find any video stored on my device, cannot add this manually, for now its a junk. does anybody know how it works?

    • Kamal

      it adds videos which are in “video” folder. I can see videos and play them too.

  • Just the name. The WP version has none of the features that make MX popular and top used app. It doesn’t even pick up all of the videos.
    Those features listed above aren’t available. Borrowing features list from from Android ain’t a good thing.

    • JLIT99

      I couldn’t agree more with Narender. Android’s open APIs are what make the apps what they are. On my Lumia, the same apps are nowhere near as good. E.g. WhatsApp is still really poor on my old Lumia 520. I still can’t send videos I have taken to friends. I was glad to return to Android after a year on Windows Phone.

      Kamal’s trying to be the guy who is still friends with both sides after a breakup.. It’s not easy though, eventually you’ll need to pick your loyalty 😛 Mine is with Nokia.

      Here’s some more interesting stuff that I found out:

      * Nokia X support for Z Launcher is completed (http://feedback.zlauncher.com/forums/253960-z-launcher-feedback/suggestions/6074219-support-for-nokia-x-family)

      * Nokia’s looking into a Firefox OS port of Z Launcher (http://feedback.zlauncher.com/forums/253960-z-launcher-feedback/suggestions/6826321-consider-a-firefox-os-port). Firefox OS phones from Nokia could replace Asha range, perhaps? You heard it here first 😉

      • Kamal

        I don’t take life “as hard” and don’t complicate it. I cover what I like to and that’s the deal!! Thanks for the tips, though 🙂

        One more thing, we will cover Android more as soon as Nokia N1 is out.

        • JLIT99

          Great news! Looking forward to it

    • Kamal

      Early Beta, as we know now. Ha Ha! That’s a list to look forward too, in this case :D.

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