VLC Media Player Could Make A Return To The iOS App Store

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VLC has the power to do what QuickTime can't.
VLC has the power to do what QuickTime can't.

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5 responses to “VLC Media Player Could Make A Return To The iOS App Store”

  1. Ecks51 says:

    I still have, and use the VLC app on my iPad.

  2. davester13 says:

    Actually, no. Some people have claimed that having it available through the App Store was a violation of the GPL, but there was no actual lawsuit, and there is no direct legal precedent available relevant to it’s status.

  3. technochick says:

    Actually, no. Some people have claimed that having it available through the App Store was a violation of the GPL, but there was no actual lawsuit, and there is no direct legal precedent available relevant to it’s status.

    You don’t need a lawsuit for something to be against a license. The agreement existed, it was presented to Apple and they pulled the app. No court needed for that. The developer balked cause they thought it could be free and it was in the clear, but cost wasn’t the only issue.

  4. technochick says:

    I still have, and use the VLC app on my iPad.

    I had it for a while but lost my copy in a hard drive crash. I would welcome a return

  5. Mookmill says:

    VLC is a great app but what about AV Player? It’s played everything on my iPhone that vlc plays on my mac. Great for finishing a TV series on the run!

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