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VLC for Android 2.9.0 Beta APK Update Adds Lots of New Features


VLC is one of the best media players that Android fan can get. This media player is bundled with tons of cool features that make media viewing experiences amazing. The best thing about VLC is that it supports all sorts of multimedia files like discs, devices and even network streaming protocols. This makes VLC a very reliable app to have, especially for people who love watching different types of shows.

VLC for Android 2.9.0 Beta APK

The reason why VLC is making headlines today is because a major update just went live. The new update changes VLC’s build number to 2.9.0 Beta and it introduces a bunch of features, bug fixes and software tweaks which make it run faster.

The update is available right now, but we do need to mention that it comes in APK format. This means that Android users are the only ones who can install it on their devices. In addition, Android users will need to enable the “Install Apps from unknown sources” options to make their devices eligible for APK updates.

What’s New?

The first thing we need to mention about this latest VLC update is that it introduces support for Chromecast. This is great news for people who enjoy watching shows on bigger screen because they will be able to play videos from their smartphones directly onto their Chromecast TVs.

VLC users will also receive a new feature that automatically detects files which need to be placed in playlists and the “Seek” option has been tweaked out to perform faster.

Furthermore, SDCard file deletion is now available on smartphones that run on Google’s latest Android 8.0 Oreo operating system. We should also mention that that VLC users will be able to disable subs from autoloading and classify their songs by artists and albums.