VLC for iOS Brings Updated iOS 7 Design, New Multi-Touch Gestures, Dropbox Streaming and More

Posted January 20, 2014 at 5:47pm by iClarified | Please help us and submit a translation by clicking here | 9541 views

VLC for iOS has been updated for iOS 7, bringing and all new design and UI. In addition, there is now Dropbox streaming support, new multi-touch gestures, improved library for TV shows and Audio, improved privacy and much more.

VLC for iOS is a port of the free VLC media player to iPad, iPhone and iPod touch.
It can play all your movies and shows in most formats directly without conversion.
It allows file synchronization with Dropbox, GDrive, iTunes, direct download and through an embedded upload web server as well as streaming from UPnP media servers.

VLC on iOS is completely free and open source.

What's New In This Version:
This version brings a new UI for iOS 7 and numerous improvements.

Notably:
• GDrive integration and Dropbox streaming,
• New multitouch gestures,
• Improved library for TV Shows and Audio,
• Better UPnP integration, with downloading support,
• A startup tutorial,
• New streaming formats and protocols supported,
• Rewritten WiFi upload,
• Improved privacy when using Passcode Lock
- And so much more!

You can download VLC for iOS from the App Store for free.

Read More








Share
Add Comment
syed - January 21, 2014 at 4:34am
If you compare the previous version, It takes quite an advantage for iOS device. Thanks to VLC and your post.http://wp.me/p3zd1e-1eR
John - January 20, 2014 at 11:09pm
Why not add subtitule support? Then same way infuse does.... Then program itself should be able to download the subtitules.
harshdevx - January 20, 2014 at 7:10pm
samba support?
Follow iClarified
Apple Could Rebrand Beats Music in February
Following an initial report that Apple was sh...
EA Sports Releases FIFA 15 Ultimate Team for iOS
Electronic Arts has released FIFA 15 Ultimate...
You Can Bend an iPhone 6 Plus With Your Bare Hands! [Video]
Earlier today we warned users that the iPhone...
FXNow Channel Launches on the Apple TV
Apple has updated its Apple TV with a new FXN...
It Costs Apple About $200 to Build an iPhone 6 [Video]
Apple spends just $200 to $247 in parts and l...