In theory this Android video player does multinuclear decoding, meaning it offers a highly superior performance over that of most Google Play-style apps that use only one nucleus of the Android device.
That said, one of the most interesting things about MX Player is its large array of gesture controls that give you the option to do practically everything with manual shortcuts. For instance, you just have to swipe downward on the left side of the screen to raise and lower the brightness. If you do this on the right side, on the other hand, you raise and lower the volume.
Another very interesting feature is the option to upload and edit subtitles in a variety of ways. You can change the font, the size, the color, the delay ... in short, you can play with the subtitles more or less as desired. And it supports the following formats: SRT, TXT, SUB, SSA, SMI, MPL, and AAS.
MX Player is one of the best options available in the Android video player market. Not only does it make an enormous array of features available but also arranges them on an interface that's easy to handle, smooth, and very accessible.