One week after its latest release of VLC for Android devices, developer VideoLabs has announced that a new beta version of the application is now available for download on Google Play store.
The eighth beta iteration of VLC is a small release above the previous version and brings some improvements and tweaks, along with some bug fixes.
According to developers, this release improves SD cards management (including external), as well as fullscreen playback, thumbnailing speed, headphones support, orientation behavior, lock screen control and notifications.
Furthermore, the update adds support for Android 4.2 and fixes some audio glitches and interface sorting, along with some other bugs that were reported by users. Translation updates are included as well.
VLC 0.0.8 is now available as a free download via Google Play store and it should be fully compatible with all devices running Android 2.1 and later. Check it out here.