VLC is the most downloaded multimedia player on both Android and iOS. The fact that tens of millions of people are using VLC is speaking volumes about the performances that the free and open source cross-platform multimedia player has to offer. While the features of VLC might be amazing, they are not necessarily the best thing about the multimedia player. What truly makes VLC stand out is the large number of updates that it receives on a weekly basis.
VLC 3.2.5 Update
If you enjoy using VLC to watch videos or listen to music, then we have some amazing news to share with you. The multimedia player is updated on a weekly with major improvements and a new update has just arrived. The update is changing VLC’s version number to 3.2.5 and we are advising all fans of the multimedia player to download it as soon as possible. Now, let’s see what are the improvements that the update brings.
User Interface (UI) Redesign
The biggest change that the new update is making is to the UI. The developers who are in charge of the multimedia player are always looking for new ways to improve the user experience that VLC offers and they are using the new update as an opportunity to introduce major changes to the UI and make it easier to use.
As if the UI redesign wasn’t impressive enough, the new 3.2.5 update is also introducing a bunch of other features that are boosting overall performances when watching videos or listening to music. Check them out below.
- Add Group videos by name feature
- Subtitles are now saved in the media folder when possible
- Video player controls reorganization
- Improve SMBv2 support
- Improve media titles
- Other “under the hood” bug fixes
James is passionate about mobile gadgets, and he likes to keep himself up-to-date with the latest releases in the field of smartphones, tablets, and so on. He has ten-year experience in writing content and reviewing tech products. For Meedios, James will cover news regarding mobile devices, mobile operating systems, and more.