VLC for iOS
VLC for iOS can play all your movies and shows in most formats directly without conversion. You can synchronize media to your device using WiFi Upload, iTunes, various Cloud services, or direct downloads from the web.
Play all files, in all formats, including exotic ones, like classic VLC media player.
Play MKV, multiple audio tracks (including 5.1), and subtitles tracks (including SSA!).
Support for network streams, including HLS, MMS or RTSP.
Include video filters, playback speed manipulation, and fine seeking.
A media library, with WiFi Uploads & Downloads, Dropbox, Google Drive, iCloud Drive, OneDrive & Box.com integration and optional passcode lock.
Web Interface for easy uploads and downloads to/from device.
Integration for bluetooth headsets and AirPlay.
Full support for file servers (SMB / Windows shares and FTP)
Local Network service discovery with UPnP and native support for Plex
On-the-fly audio and subtitles track synchronization
Supports iOS 9.0 or later
Full 64bit support on latest iPhone and latest iPad
Apple Watch extension to control playback, browse the library and more
Completely free, libre and open source.
Devices and iOS version
VLC for iOS requires iOS 9.0 or later. It runs on any iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch. Previous releases for iOS 6.1, 7.0 and 8.0 are available.
You need help with VLC for iOS? Be sure to check
our forum. Source
You can find the source code for the last release here:
VLC for iOS 3.1.1 source code Binary
You can also get the binary from our servers instead of the App Store:
VLC for iOS 3.1.1 binary A binary version of MobileVLCKit is available through CocoaPods.
VLC for iOS is bi-licensed under the
Mozilla Public License Version 2 as well as the GNU General Public License Version 2 or later. You can modify or redistribute its sources under the conditions of these licenses. Note that additional terms apply for trademarks owned by the VideoLAN association.