VLC is the media player that you need if you want to watch entertaining videos on both your PC and smartphone. The Android version of VLC can play any video and audio files but not just that, the app also supports network streams, network shares, drivers and ISO files. Although, this is not the best thing about VLC. What truly makes VLC shine is the fact that the media player is updated on a constant basis with improvements and today we are going to check out the latest update.
VLC 3.2.3 Update
The new update is changing VLC’s version number to 3.2.3 and we are advising everyone who enjoys using the media player to keep their smartphones connected to a stable Wi-Fi network so that they can be among the first ones to download it. Alternatively, the update can also be manually downloaded and installed in the form of APK, but this process might prove tricky for VLC fans who are not tech-savvy.
The developers who are in charge of VLC are always looking for new ways to take the performances of the media player to the next level. This is why it shouldn’t come as a surprise that the new 3.2.3 update is introducing a bunch of useful features. In fact, let’s go ahead and take a look at the full patch notes so that we know what are the “goodies” that the update brings.
- Video: Fix subtitles lost on multitasking;
- Fix media loading & page refresh, it could sometimes fail;
- crash fixes;
- Prevent video playback to be stopped on laptop <-> tablet modes switch;
- Disable volume/brightness touch gestures;
- Leave video player when device is shut down;
- Fix vtt subtitles rendering;
- Updated YouTube lua scripts;