VLC player is an extremely popular media player which is widely used on Windows, Mac, OS X as well as Android. However, it has not been able to stamp it’s authority on the App Store.
VLC was dropped from the App Store by Apple’s armed moderation team around two years ago. But now, it has been reinstated on the App Store.
VLC for iOS supports a number of media formats such as MP3, MP4, AVI and MKV along with many others. A great news for the movie fans is that it also has support for the subtitles.
There’s Dropbox integration also thrown into the revised app, and you can readily share files via your Wi-Fi connection by streaming them through your browser. AirPlay support is also there, for those in an ownership of Apple’s little set top box aptly named Apple TV.
For the VLC to work, the device must run on iOS 5.1 or higher. VLC for iOS was released first in Australia and New Zealand and now it is available all over the world.
Download VLC for iOS from here.