Several years ago, the popular desktop media player VLC was released for
iPhone and iPad on the App Store. However, the app was eventually removed from
the store over copyright issues with the GPL license.
Now, VLC is back on iOS App Store Link with a complete rewrite including
AirPlay support, multiple ways to load files into the video app, realtime
video filters, playback speed manipulation, subtitles and more.
VLC for iOS is still rolling out to international App Stores, beginning in
Australia and New Zealand and arriving in the U.S. this evening.
> Today, it’s my pleasure to announce that VLC for iOS is back on the App
Store. It’s available free of charge in any country, requires iOS 5.1 or later
and runs on any iPhone, iPad or iPod touch.
This is more than an upgrade of the initial version: it’s a full re-write.
From the ground-up. Relying on the power of MobileVLCKit and its underlying
libvlc, we started with modern video and audio output modules offering faster
drawing, full support for 10bit H264 encodings, retina displays and lower
Some of the major features include:
**Wi-Fi Upload** - Allows users to upload files directly ...