VLC Media Player is the most popular and robust multi format, free media player available. It provides all features that most of the people want. VLC media player is a free and open source cross-platform multimedia player that plays most multimedia files as well as discs, devices and network streaming protocols.
Android version of VLC has lot’s of options to control audio and headphone. It includes many features to increase Android users experience such as gesture control.
The developers of the VLC player are working on iOS version also and it will be get available very soon for iOS users also. Here is the details feature description of the VLC app for Android.
VLC for Android
VLC for Android has full similar features as desktop VLC player; it plays most local videos and audio files and also has adaptive streaming just like desktop version. The Android version has a media library for audio and video file and allows its users to browse folders directly. It supports multi-tack audio and subtitles, aspect-ratio adjustments and gestures to control volume and brightness.
VLC Player Features for Smartphones
- Plays all files, in all formats, like the classic VLC.
- Audio and video media library, with full search.
- Support for network streams, including HLS.
- Supports Android from version 2.1 (platform-7).
- Supports ARMv6, ARMv7 and ARMv7+NEON.
- Supports secondary display.
- Subtitles support, embedded and external, including ASS and DVD subtitles.
- Multi audio or subtitles tracks selection.
- Multi-core decoding, for Cortex-A7 A9 and A15 chips.
- Supports full hardware decoding.
- Gestures, headphones control.
- Audio equalizer
The VLC for Android is a BETA version and the stable version will come very soon. The team of VLC is working constantly for better improvement and to add more new features to the player, so that its users have a great music experience. They want VLC Android version’s popularity similar to its desktop version popularity.
VLC player is the king of desktop audio and video players. Do you think its smartphone versions will rock same as its desktop version?