VLC for Android Beta - VLC media player is a free and open source cross-platform multimedia player that plays most multimedia files as well as discs, devices, and network streaming protocols

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    Date: 23 Feb 2019
    Author: Eray R
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    VLC is a fully-open-source and community-driven project. It is a video/music playback software available for numerous operating systems, including the one we all fancy (You know which one I am talking about!) Of course, it has a beta testing program and the latest build has been released for all early adopters. Version 3.0.99 aims to improve upon a handful amount of "issues" that we will get to in a bit. As always, the release notes go first.

    Changelog:

    • Onboarding screen for new users
    • Add a sticky header during audio lists scroll
    • Fix albums/artists/genres not being updated during a scan
    • Fix Subtitle download requests not being sent
    • 'Save Playback Speed' option is now OFF by default
    • Crash fixes

    Onboarding screen

    The most obvious change, or addition per se, is the new onboarding page, or in other words, a welcome screen for newbies.

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    Date: 17 Jan 2019
    Author: Eray R
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    VLC is a free and open-source multimedia player for Android that plays most multimedia files, including AC-3 audio and supports various streaming protocols as well. It has a pretty basic UI and no ads, of course, and works on Android TV devices too. As you guessed from the title, it has an ongoing open beta program on the Google Play Store and there is a new update available for early adopters, which includes the following list with changes/improvements:

    Changelog

    Android:

    • Media library scan is now optional

    • Launcher shortcuts

    • OTG devices support in the file browser

    • Favorites in the local file browser

    • Refactored subtitles downloader

    • A-B repeat

    • Android Auto is back

    • Sorting preferences are now saved

    • Breadcrumb is browsers (I HAVE NO IDEA WHAT THIS MEANS)

    • Improve support for very large media libraries

    Android TV:

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