VLC for Android Exits Beta, Now Available as Version 1.0 on Play Store

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  • 09 Dec 2014
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  • VLC for Android has been in beta phase for about 2 years now and today it has finally come out of beta, being available as a version 1.0 software on the Play Store. The famous Video LAN Client (VLC) is one of the most famous media players on desktop, so it was logical it was going to get a solid mobile version.


    Version 1.0 of VLC for Android fixes Android 5.0 bugs and issues that the software had with ARMv8 processor devices. No Chromecast support has been included yet, even though that was promised this summer. The app runs on devices with Android 2.1+, it’s available for free and supports a huge variety of video and audio formats. It can also play network streams and DVD ISOs, by the way.

    VLC for Android comes with a media library for audio and video files, allowing you to browse folders directly and has support for multi track audio and subtitles. It supports auto rotation, aspect ratio adjustment and gestures to control volume and brightness. You can download it here.

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    SOURCE: Android Police
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