Hopefully that will be coming in a future release. VLC supports an insane amount of both audio and video formats and though the app supports Android devices running Android 2.1 and above, it may have slight issues running on legacy devices. Works smooth on my Xperia Z2. No glitches.
Features of VLC for Android:
- VLC for Android plays most local video and audio files, as well as network streams (including adaptive streaming), DVD ISOs, like the desktop version of VLC. VLC for Android has a media library for audio and video files, and allows to browse folders directly.
- VLC has support for multi-track audio and subtitles. It supports auto-rotation, aspect-ratio adjustments and gestures to control volume and brightness.
- VLC also includes a widget for audio control, supports audio headsets control, cover art and a complete audio media library.
Enhancements brought by the latest release:
- 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 colours.
- 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.