In the mood to read a quick round-up of a some popular desktop Linux apps that are now available to install as Snappy apps? Me too, so I wrote one. For the purposes of this post (read: cos i’m lazy) […]
VLC is often described as being the most versatile media player — and that doesn’t solely apply to its’ ability to play almost any file format you can chuck at it! The default look of VLC […]
Road testing the latest daily build of VLC just got a whole heap easier on Ubuntu 16.04 LTS — a snap, you might say.
Snappy developers have today announced a shiny-new version of Snapd.
A couple days ago we got a little giddy covering burgeoning support for Chromecast in VLC 3.0. Many of you were equally as excited as us, even though a formal, stable release of VLC 3.0 is still many […]
VLC Chromecast support is on the way, and VideoLAN developer JB Kempf has a progress update on the streaming media feature in VLC 3.0.
The go-to media player of millions, VLC 2.2 'Weathermax' was released this weekend and brings some nifty new features to the desktop.
VLC 2.1.5 has been released for Windows, Mac and Linux, and is expected to be the final update in the 2.1.x series before the release of 2.2.x.
Getting VLC to use Ubuntu's native desktop system is really simple — no add-ons are required. In this quick guide will show you how.
Many of us are used to adding extra features to our web browsers, but our media players?
VLC is one of several big-name applications planning to launch applications on Ubuntu for Phones and Tablets in the near future.
Using Ubuntu 12.04 LTS? Want to update to the latest version of the popular VLC media player? Here's all you need to know on how to go about it.