VLC, the hugely popular media game service, leaves one of its gaps with the addition of AirPlay support because it only crossed an incredible three billion users.
The new feature was unveiled by Jean-Baptiste Kempf, one of the Service's leading developers, in an interview with Variety at CES, and it will give users a chance to radiate content from their Android or iOS device to an Apple TV. The add-on, which is due to the upcoming version 4 of VLC, is the biggest new feature since the service added Chromecast support last summer.
But that's not all that dozens of people at the VLC development group are working on.
In addition, Variety reports that VLC is preparing to add enabled VR content support. Instead of SDK devices, the team has reverse engineered popular hardware to provide features that include the ability to watch 2D content in a biographical environment. There are also plans to service more platforms, with VentureBeat reporting that the VLC team is eying PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch and Roku devices.
VLC, managed by non-profit parent VideonLAN, racked up its 3 million downloads on CES, celebrating with the live ticker image above. The service reached a billion downloads back in May 201