The VLC app will be back on the Apple App Store tomorrow, after more than two years of forced retirement.
With the app it will be possible to play any type of media on iPhone, iPad and iPod touch, but you must have iOS 5.1 or higher to install it.
The updated version has new forms of synchronization, video filters, speed control, support for subtitles and compatibility with AirPlay.
In addition, VLC 2.0 has native integration with Dropbox to download files from the device, allows sharing files from iTunes and still manages to run streaming.
Android platform users have had a beta version of VLC, which was pulled from the App Store in January 2011 due to issues with the app’s license.
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