VLC for Android leaves beta phase

VLC for Android leaves beta phase

We have very good news for fans of Android and favorite players worldwide. No doubt the Video LAN Client, aka VLC is one of the most popular audio players and video world. People love not only because it is free and open source, but because it is also available for a wide number of platforms and supports almost all formats of video and audio world. While VLC Android has been available for two years approximately, the fact is that it was in beta since joining the platform back in 2012. Now it is behind: VLC for Android has left the beta phase and you first version is available.
VLC for Android leaves beta phase

This is the first stable version of VLC for Android, so it is natural that receives the version number 1.0. The application leaves the beta phase does not mean that it has received many improvements, but simply has become more stable than before.
VLC for Android leaves beta phase

The new VLC 1.0 for Android adds a lot of fixes for bugs on devices running Android 5.0 Lollipop, particularly those that make use of ARMv8 processors. It should be mentioned that although support for Chrome cast was announced in June, is something with which the application still does not count, but the developers are working on it hard and is expected to be available in the course of the next few months if all running as expected.

Like other versions, VLC for Android is a software completely free and we can get them directly in the store Play Google. If you have some content multimedia pending on your smartphone or tablet then this would be a good opportunity to test the new VLC.

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