Stable version of VLC now available on the Play Store


VLC has finally released a stable version of its media player app on Android. The app was available in a Beta for quite some time now, so it’s relieving to know that the stable version is out as well. However, VLC has still kept the Beta version of the app intact for those who would like to play around with it.

The release of a stable version essentially means that the app will not have a lot of bugs and will be as functional as you’ve ever seen it. The app is competing with the likes of MXPlayer and KMPlayer on Android, so it has some competition going around.

VLC for Android comes with support for a wide range of codecs such as avi, mkv, mp4, mov, mp3, flac etc, so you can throw a wide range of video and audio files at it. It is a free download from the Google Play Store, so hit the link below to download the app.

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Play Store Download Link

About the Author: Valerie Richardson

Valerie is based in London, UK. and has prior experience working with major media conglomerates. She's also a lover of all things tech. Well, basically anything with a display and a power button on it.

  • xgman

    link not working yet…

  • federrero

    it worked yesterday though