VLC for Windows and OS X is one of the most popular player for media lovers. The popular media player plays almost any file format that you drop into it without the need of any codecs packs. VLC for Android has been in beta for a while and it will be available on the Play Store in the next few days.
The complete list of features for the beta version :
- 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.
- 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.
- Experimental hardware decoding.
- Gestures, headphones control.
The list of supported hardware is long, but is not yet complete. You can find full feature list including the supported devices here.
If you like to download the unofficial build of VLC, head over to the xda thread.