Now CyberLink announced that it is bringing PowerDVD to the Android platform as a full-scale media player, with OEM availability at first, so as manufacturers can bundle it with their Android handsets. Given the rich video format support, including DivX/Xvid and HD video in .MKV format, we cross fingers that PowerDVD for Android appears in a device as soon as possible.
CyberLink has some more tricks up its sleeve for the Android app, though. The player offers enhanced DLNA capabilities for streaming multimedia to DLNA-enabled device like TVs or computers, and capturing videos or photos directly from your camera roll is also supported.
The last but not least features of PowerDVD for the green robot are 3D playback, as well as 2D-to-3D conversion of photos and video on devices with the NVIDIA Tegra 2 chipset. Android is already great in regards of video playback format support, but the arrival of apps like PowerDVD are making it even better in that respect.