If you have not downloaded VLC Media Player for the iPhone or IPAD, now is the time, and may soon be removed from the App Store as we told yesterday . One of the VLC project partners, Rémi - Denis Courmont has filed a formal complaint could be withdrawn by Apple very soon.
VLC Media Player is a free open source software GNU General Public License (also known as GPL). These words are inconsistent with the rules for use of products through the Apple App Store. Denis - Courmont said applying DRM App Store, Apple is violating the GNU General Public License (GPL). Although the application can be downloaded free of charge, each copy is tied to a specific user account when you download, and like any other application of IOS, you can not copy from one device to another. However, the GPL requires that any software using that license, and any derivative work may be freely copied and distributed.
Despite the complaint, the official site of VideoLan VLC supports the implementation of IOS, so we recommend you download it while you can, is one of the best players for most formats is in the App Store, and it's free.