A beta version of the long-awaited official VLC player app for Android has arrived on the Play Store, with VLC warning that it’s an unfinished, unstable beta version that won’t run very well at all on most phones right now. Still, it’s there. In fact, it’s here.
When it is finished and working properly, Android VLC will support multiple audio streams and subtitle files, network streams, aspect ratio tweaking and quite a lot more. But at the moment, you get this:
The developer even says that the user interface itself is also unfinished and will change before the final release, so… this really is about as barebones as public test builds get. Get Android VLC Player here if you fancy fiddling with the work in progress.