The app popped up yesterday, and NPU was able to confirm today that the MX Player recently arrived in the Windows Phone Store was indeed from the same developers as the Android app, which is the 6th most popular free app in the Android store.
On Android the app features hardware acceleration, multi-core decoding, the ability to pinch to zoom and pan, subtitles gestures and kids lock.
On Android the app also supports:
– DVD, DVB, SSA/ASS Subtitle tracks.
– SubStation Alpha(.ssa/.ass) with full styling.
– SAMI(.smi) with ruby tag support.
Adventurous users can try out the early beta of the app in the Windows Phone Store here, and leave comments on XDA-Developers here.