While those looking for a beta invite to VLC for Windows Phone might be out of luck, thus of us on the outside can now get a bit of a look at the app. Developer Thomas Nigro has posted a four-minute video preview showing how the app works on Windows Phone. Nigro points out that there are still some bugs left to fix.
While VideoLAN is no longer looking for beta testers for VLC on Windows Phone, they noted earlier this week that the beta for the app on Windows RT devices would be available in "a week or two".
How excited are you for VLC for Windows Phone? Leave your thoughts with us in the comments.
Source: Thomas Nigro on Twitter
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