In my previous review, I in no way recommended AnyPlayer(HD) (iTunes links: iPad / iPhone). The new, just-approved version (1.5.8) has a single item in the update list: the drop of AC-3 support. (The previous, public version (1.5.5), released earlier this month, still supported them with software playback that is, with files like MKV but not with the iOS-native ones like M4V.), The update list (click for the original!): BTW, this shot also shows the excellent, free MoliPlayer (topmost item; review) and the absolutely rubbish (see section 1.1 WMV Player - the title that doesn't really deliver high-quality video in the WMV Playback bible) WMV Player also dropped AC-3 support. Note that there is a brand new, commercial, Pro version of MoliPlayer with hardware MKV playback. As soon as the MKV remuxer's initial, audio-related bugs are ironed out, I review it. I've thoroughly tested the new version and found it equally bad than the previous ones: - slow H.264 decoder not even the 720p, low-bitrate Harry Potter test video is played back properly on an iPad 3, unlike with, say, MoliPlayer, yaPlayer, nPlayer, AVPlayerHD etc. - no DTS / MTS support - no improvemenets in the subtitle department (better SSA support, for example) - etc. Finally, of course, it no more supports AC-3. All in all, - you shouldn't purchase this app it is in no way worth the price tag ($2.99 separately for the small- and large-screen devices), you can get much better titles (for example, GoodPlayer) for similar (or even less) money, let alone the slightly more expensive but orders of magnitude better It's Playing. - if you have and you, for some reason, insist on using it, you shouldn't upgrade from the previous, 1.5.5 version so that you don't lose AC-3 support - or want, at least, to back up the old IPA.