A couple of users started reporting on Reddit the other day the return of prominent alternate media gamer app VLC to the iOS App Store. The application, which shows up as a 2.4.1 upgrade consisting of iPhone 6 and 6 Plus assistance, is still turning out to all users and currently reveals as not available in the App Store for many countries, although some users which had actually recently downloaded the app before its removal have been able to access the new version through their purchase records.

VLC for iOS was drawn from the App Store around the launch of iOS 8, and the company never ever officially discussed the reasons behind the strange disappearance besides claiming it was “collaborating with Apple on an option.” In late December, the firm confirmed the application would certainly go back to the shop in “very early 2015.”

The updated application, which permits users to utilize and watch several non-iOS pleasant media documents, sees the incorporation of folder support, passcode lock, and optimization for the larger display dimensions of the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus among various other updates. The app is rolling out to a pick couple of nations initially, and is anticipated to be made widely offered to U.S. users soon.

VLC previously viewed virtually a three-year hiatus from the App Store when it was taken down in 2010 thanks to licensing issues, finally returning in the summer of 2013.

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