VLC latest APK 3.1.2 (13010204) is the VLC media player like we all have in our PC, but it can be downloaded and installed on Android platforms for free. Having this app, videos and audios in any formats can easily be played through gadgets. Therefore, you can enjoy music and video streaming anytime and everywhere. That’s why this software has constantly been popular among Android users. If you are currently interested in having this app on your gadget, you can install it for free on your device.
VLC File Information
Version: 3.1.2 (13010204)
File size: 24.9 MB
Uploaded: April 10, 2019 at 10:00AM GMT+07
Requirement: Android 2.3 and up
Download VLC APK 3.1.2
As stated above, there are obviously many benefits of having VLC for Android on your gadgets, such as allowing you to play videos and audios in all formats (MKV, MP4, AVI, MOV, Ogg, FLAC, TS, M2TS, Wv, AAC, etc.) just like the classic VLC does and playing videos from local files e.g. SD Card or phone storage by detecting the audio file and stream line. It also provides library media for audio and video files with full search. There is supporting multi-track audios, sub titles, auto-rotation, and gestures, and many others.
With all those useful features, this app still undergoes some developments. Well, it can be said this app almost has no weaknesses. If there is a thing you need to know is that all the audio and video qualities resulted in the app are reflections of the original formats before being transferred to this player. Thus, if you someday find a bad audio when playing this app, the problem is not the app but your audio file. To enjoy the streaming better is surely by choosing HD format that’s also provided by this app. In conclusion, here are the list of pros and cons of this app.
- It supports all audio and video formats.
- It runs on Android devices starting from Version 2.2 and above.
- It is always free.
- It requires lots of storage space.
- It can’t change the original audio and video quality.
How to Use
To use this app in Android platforms is actually not quite different from the classic one in PC. All you need to do is opening the app and choosing the videos to play from the files where you save them. If you want to add subtitles on the video, tap the second icon showed on your screen when the video is being played. After that, tap ‘Select subtitle file’. Browse the subtitle file on your gadget to be added to the video played. However, VLC sometimes provide subtitles too. To know this, you can check it from the ‘Subtitles’ option.
You can also manage your own playlist by simply naming the file and dragging the song up and down to order which one should be played first and next. In addition, just watch the video on Android TV using ‘Open network stream’. Worth the having, right?
- minSDK is now 17 (Android 4.2)
- Onboarding screen for new users
- Option to group videos by folders
- Android Auto is back!
- External storages support on Chromebooks (ChromeOS v72+)
- Launcher shortcuts
- OTG devices browsing
- A-B repeat
- Sorting preferences are now saved
- Improve support of very large media libraries