VLC media player for iOS updated with iPhone X and 4k videos support
It's been less than a week since VLC, one of the most popular media players for mobile devices, received an important update on Android, and the iOS version is getting the same treatment.
As expected, the new update brings support for iPhone X, but also some fixes that should prevent the app from acting erratically on devices powered by iOS 7 and iOS 8. On top of that, the update adds support for HEVC (High-Efficiency Video Coding ) 4K videos. Some general bug fixes have been implemented too, so you should have a smoother experienced now.
If you haven't yet tried VLC for Mobile, you should know the app can play movies, shows and music in most formats directly without conversion. Additionally, the media player allows file synchronization with Dropbox, GDrive, OneDrive, Box, iCloud Drive, iTunes, direct downloads and through WiFi sharing, as well as streaming from media servers and the web.
Last but not least, VLC features support for advanced subtitles including multi-track audio, and playback speed control. Also, it's free to download and use.