Android users who downloaded VLC version 0.9.2 a few days ago were probably wondering what was with the audio bug that made their application crash whenever they watched a video.
Well, it looks like VideoLAN inadvertently “squeezed in” a small bug that would make the application almost unusable. For those unaware, VLC for Android 0.9.2 has been pushed to Google Play, Nokia Store and Amazon App Store on April 15.
It became available for download on about 20% of Android devices visiting Google Play Store and added a few new features and improvements.
According to developers, the previous version of their application included “numerous fixes, translation and DVD ISO support.”
However, aside from the improvements mentioned earlier, an audio bug was included as well. The good news is that it only took developers 2 days to offer a fix for this audio crash.
Those who have already installed VLC for Android 0.9.2 should look for another update on their devices. New users can now download VLC for Android 0.9.3 for free via Softpedia.
The application should be fully compatible with all devices powered by Android 2.1 and up. Keep in mind that this is still a beta version, so you might experience slow performance or bugs.