The team behind VLC Media Player has been working hard lately, and VLC 3.2 can now be downloaded for free.
VLC is one of the best and most flexible media players loved by millions, not only because it's cross-platform, but because it's open source, it's endlessly expandable and evolving.
With this release, there are remarkable changes for tablet and phone users, as well as for Android TV and Chromebook versions of VLC. The audio and video playback controls have been updated – things just look a little slimmer – and media browsing has been improved, as has the equalizer.
Smarter and easier to use
Voice search is now available on Android TV The video titles available in the launcher have been cleaned up for easier reading and there is better SMBv2 / 3 support. Entertaining fact for the programming of Trainspottern: The android app is now completely written in Kotlin.
For Chomebook users it is now possible to select multiple items with the Ctrl or Shift key, and various fixes, security patches, and performance enhancements have been made to VLC.
VideoLAN, the company behind VLC, shares the following change log:
- UI redesign, including player and TV browser
- Function for adding group video by name
- Subtitles are now in the media saved folder if possible
- Video player controls reorganization
- Improves SMBv2 support
- Improves media titles
Now check for updates in the app to make sure you have the latest version.