One of the well known and most trusted media players for both Android and well as iOS is VLC and it needs to be updated to ensure security and add new features, and today the people behind VLC have rolled out a new beta version update for VLC for Android which comes with version number 3.2.0 beta 1. While VLC rolls out many beta updates and we don’t cover them all, you might be wondering why are we covering this one. We have decided to cover this at TheLeaker.com as the latest beta update brings a new UI, optimized storage options add support for some new options and more.
As discusses, the new update brings a new User-Interface for the home screen, video player and even for the TV browsers adds a new option for ViewModel Layer Refactoring. The last time wen we covered the update related news for VLC, we got a lot of complaints stating that they couldn’t find the place where VLC used to store the subtitles, but this has been fixed with the latest update, now VLC stores subtitle in the media folder of the video. If you would like to see the sample screenshots of the new UI those are attached below.
The latest update looks promising, and I hope VLC keeps updating the app with new updates and bug fixes. A word of caution for all the users, the latest update is in beta stage and may have some bugs in the current stages, so we would recommend you not to try it unless you really want to test it right now. The update can be downloaded from APKMirror as an APK and can be installed manually.