The popular media player app VLC will soon round 3 billion downloads and get AirPlay 2 on Android.
The media player is available on a wide range of platforms, with a quarter of the many downloads coming from mobile devices, ie on iOS and Android.
In addition, Kempf says that they are working on implementing AirPlay 2, in both their Android. This means that you will soon be able to stream video, images and audio to devices that also support Apple’s AirPlay technology from an Android smartphone. VLC’s app for iOS already supports AirPlay.
VLC expects that the update with AirPlay 2 for Android will be rolled out in a month’s time.
They will also work on the app’s ability to handle large personal media collections.
If you are interested in trying VLC, it can be downloaded to iOS here and Android here.