VLC on Google Play Store – it finally got out of beta and you can download the first stable form

Dec 9, 2014 | Apps, News, Updates/Software

 

You can finally find VLC on Google Play Store available for download. All those who know a thing or two about technology, you just know that VLC is the best and most popular media player around. It is available for any and every platform and two years ago it debuted in beta form on Android too. The app is now finally on its 1.0 build and out of beta, which means it is available for everyone in stable form.

 

The 1.0 build solves a few problems that affected devices with ARMv8 processors too, among other things. Chromecast support still hasn’t reached live yet, even if it was announced this summer. VLC supports a panoply of audio and video formats, which means it can open virtually any media file.

 

VLC for Android is free and you can download it directly from Google Play store by following the widget below. It works on any Android device version 2.1 and newer.

 

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