VLC is one of the most popular media players available since the inception of the Internet, thanks to its cross-platform capabilities, its familiarity, open source nature, and being part of its inferior age.
The media player has become a part of several operating systems and it is widely appreciated to play everything efficiently. Android media players are notorious for losing their original goals, so it’s refreshing to see the VLC stick for Android’s “no fluff” attitude. The latest VLC 3.2 Beta of Android redesigned the player user interface to refresh its appearance.
Changes between VLC v3.1.7 and v3.2.0 beta 1 are not very important as you are unlikely to spend a lot of time on the player UI. But they are released from the orange buttons, which have been updated on an advanced OS like Android. You see the file on the right in the game player. The subtitle icon has been removed, and so there are “more settings” buttons. The toggle has been removed to switch between different size options (now available in the “More settings” panel), and now we have a dedicated button to rotate between landscape and portrait.
AVL 3.17￼VLC 3.2 Beta