Larix mobile SDK releases

This page contains information about recent changes in Larix mobile broadcasting SDK and Player SDKs.

Notice that SDK versions may skip numbers - this means that newer version accumulated changes from several intermediate releases. Each SDK version is mapped to corresponding version of Larix Broadcaster and SLDP Player application.

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Please also check our mobile streaming SDK FAQ.

Latest releases


SLDP Player SDK for Android 1.0.0 10-Jul-2017

SLDP Player SDK for iOS 1.0.0 15-Jun-2017
Larix SDK for Android 1.0.29 12-May-2017
  • Recording over Bluetooth
  • afreeca.tv publish fixed. It requires max bitrate as 2000 Kbps according to service requirements.
Larix SDK for iOS 1.0.29 15-Jun-2017
  • Bluetooth audio support
Larix SDK for Windows Phone 1.0.2 30-Mar-2017
  • Fixes and improvements propagation from Android and iOS


Previous releases


Larix SDK for iOS 1.0.28 11-May-2017
  • afreeca.tv publish fixed. It requires max bitrate as 2000 Kbps accroding to service requirements.
  • Connectivity improvements
Android 1.0.28 30-Mar-2017
  • Minor bugfixes 
iOS 1.0.27 30-Mar-2017
  • Limelight authentication is available. You can publish your streams directly into Limelight CDN for further delivery
iOS 1.0.25 27-Feb-2017
  • Multiple connections streaming is available. You can add several connections profiles and choose up to 3 connections for simultaneous streaming. You can stream to several destinations like your primary and secondary origin servers and also target it to some third-party service like YouTube Live or Twitch
  • libmbl is no longer supported, libmbl2 is used instead

Android 1.0.27 27-Feb-2017
  • Captured image proportions fixed for some devices (e.g. Samsung)
  • Streaming improvements

Android 1.0.25 10-Feb-2017
  • Multiple connections streaming is available. You can add several connections profiles and choose up to 3 connections for simultaneous streaming. You can stream to several destinations like your primary and secondary origin servers and also target it to some third-party service like YouTube Live or Twitch
  • Limelight authentication is available. You can publish your streams directly into Limelight CDN for further delivery

iOS 1.0.22 27-Dec-2017
  • Streaming library improvements

Android 1.0.23 27-Dec-2016
  • Set custom white balance, exposure value, anti-flicker - capture control is a lot more flexible now
  • Long press preview to focus lens to infinity, double tap to continuous auto focus
  • User may use volume keys to start broadcasting and use a selfie stick for that as well

iOS 1.0.19 03-Nov-2016
  • Swift 3 support
  • Minor improvements

Windows Phone 1.0.0 10-Sep-2017
  • Initial release

Older releases are not listed as they are not used by current subscribers.

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