VLC (Video LAN Client) for Android has break out from its beta stage and now enters version 1.0. VLC is the best media player that works with any media format. Approximately about two years ago, the team behind the ultimate VLC player brought its masterpiece into the Android world and ever since it was called VLC Beta. Until today!
VLC version 1.0 is the first substantial release of the media player and it brings a lot of bug fixes. But one thing is missing; the long pledged addition of Chromecast support. Eventually one day users will get it.
Version 1.0 features the release fixes of ARMv8 processors with fix crashes on Android 5.0 Lollipop and some minor improvements. The 0.9.x series is a major release with superb hardware decoding and a new interface in a dark or white theme. It also has a DVD iso link and support menu with an equalizer and playlist management. It supports on Widi screens and an update on SD card detection. Hardware acceleration is now enabled by default on 4.3+ and has better subtitles support. The software decoding too has been accelerated.
VLC for Android is now free to use and can be downloaded in Play Store. Let us know what do you think about version 1.0 and how is the features helping you.
Source: Android Authority