The VLC media player is a cross-platform multimedia player that can play most multimedia files and CDs, devices, and network streaming protocols. It is free and open-source. The VLC media player has been ported to the AndroidTM platform. VLC for Android, like the desktop version, can play any video and audio file, as well as network streams, network shares and drives, and DVD ISOs.
This software is a complete audio player that includes a database, equalization, filters, and playing a wide range of audio formats. VLC is designed for everyone, is completely free, has no adverts, in-app purchases, or tracking, and is created entirely by volunteers. In addition, all of the source code is freely accessible.
Like the desktop version of VLC, it plays most local video and audio files and network streams (including adaptive streaming) and DVD ISOs. Disk shares are also supported.
MKV, MP4, AVI, MOV, Ogg, FLAC, TS, M2TS, Wv, and AAC are all supported formats. There are no extra downloads required for any of the codecs. In addition, Subtitles, Teletext, and Closed Captions are all supported.
It contains an audio and video library and the ability to explore directories directly.
Multi-track audio and subtitles are supported. In addition, auto-rotation, aspect-ratio tweaks, and gestures for volume, brightness, and seeking are all supported.
It also comes with an audio control widget, support for audio headsets, cover art, and a comprehensive audio media library.