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A more modern Material UI comes to VLC for Android in version 3.3 (APK download)

A more modern Material UI comes to VLC for Android in version 3.3 (APK download)

In a world where competing media codecs run rampant, VLC is a lifesaver. Version 3.2 came out last year, bringing UI improvements, a new TV interface, and support for Chrome OS keyboard shortcuts among other things. Now 3.3 is ready to go, and it completes the UI revamp with a more modern Material look that's right at home on Android 11.

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VLC 3.1 brings back Android Auto support, improves Chromebook compatibility, and more [APK Download]

VLC 3.1 brings back Android Auto support, improves Chromebook compatibility, and more [APK Download]

VLC is one of the best media players out there — not only can it open just about every type of video and audio file in existence, but it works on just about every platform too. VLC 3.1 is now rolling out on the Play Store, and it has plenty of useful additions.

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VLC 3.0 exits beta, adds Chromecast support, faster seeking, and more

VLC 3.0 exits beta, adds Chromecast support, faster seeking, and more

Last month, possibly the most-anticipated feature for VLC finally made it into the Android version - support for Chromecast. Now the feature has reached the stable branch, with the release of VLC 3.0. It's the first major version bump since 2012, and includes plenty of new features and bug fixes.

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VLC Media Player v3.0 Likely To Support Chromecast, Finally

VLC Media Player v3.0 Likely To Support Chromecast, Finally

Reports about the plans for the next major release of VLC Media Player indicate that support for Chromecast output is on the roadmap. This is scheduled for the v3.0 release of the popular desktop client, but it is unclear in which version to expect it to appear on Android - the beta in the Play Store is at 1.0.0.

While there are a bevy of changes expected in the project's jump from 2.2 (which itself is not yet released) to 3.0, of most interest to Android users and Google fans is the Chromecast capability.

Also of interest is the following snippet from the 2.2.x

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