VLC team has updated VLC (VideoLAN Client) for Android to drop the beta tag, making it officially complete. Aside from graduating to stable release, the 1.0 version of VLC fixes a few Android 5.0 bugs and issues that specifically affected devices with ARMv8 processors.
This release fixes ARMv8 processors, Android 5.0 crashes and minor improvements.
The 0.9.x series is major release with hardware decoding and a new interface available in dark or white colors. It integrates DVD iso and menu support, an equalizer, playlist management, Widi screens support and updated SD cards detection.
Hardware acceleration is now enabled by default on 4.3+ and has better subtitles support. Software decoding has been accelerated too.
VLC for Android is free and you can download it from the Play Store on any Android device running 2.1 or later.
More info at
engadget [VLC’s Android media player is (mostly) finished]
lifehacker [VLC for Android Finally Reaches Full, Stable Version]
Android Police [VLC For Android Is (Finally) Out Of Beta And Available For Download On The Play Store]