The VLC for Android has finally has arrived at Google Play store. The VLC for Android, as well being known as Neon, backs up select Android devices which are powered by ARMv7 CPU’s it means that some entry level Android phones might be left out. According to reports, the Video LAN Organization would be rolling out more variances to support other devices.
VLC is an open source multimedia player that plays most multimedia files also as discs, devices, and network streaming protocols. This is a Beta edition of the port to the Android platform. It is intended for power users and hackers. This VLC player version isn’t stable and is slower than the final version.
VLC for Android plays most local video and audio files, also as network streams, same to what you get in the desktop edition of VLC. The applications as well features a media library for media files and lets you browse folders directly. It as well has support for multi-track audio and subtitles. VLC Player for Android supports auto rotation, aspect ratio adjustments and gestures to control volume. Furthermore, this application has a widget for audio control, and supports audio headsets control.