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Old December 17th, 2011, 10:26 AM   #19 (permalink)
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It has pass a lot of time since i had updated the post. this is an other killer app. you can watch some channels also you can share what are you seeing through DNLA.

NOTE: by the moment it ony works with wifi and you must also have installed the SD card.

ImediaShare


Current Version:3.63

Requires Android:1.6 and up

Size:1.1MB

V3.63 update:

# Added support for showing photos on Apple TV
# Apple TV support extended to HTC handsets
# Commands performed through device remote control updates iMS user interface
# Fixed issue with streaming music from home network-attached media server(s) to media player
# Minor bug fixes

Find and play personal and online video, music and photos

Enjoy watching multimedia on your large-screen TV. iMediaShare transforms your smartphone into a remote control, allowing you to seamlessly stream and watch online media on the big screen TV. It also streams videos, music and photos stored locally on your phone directly on the connected TV.

iMediaShare requires no additional hardware and no cables. All you need is your Android phone, internet-enabled TV and a WiFi network. iMediaShare also supports connected audio systems, blu-ray players, game consoles (Playstation 3, XBox360), as well as other DLNA/UPnP media players.

iMediaShare lets you take your favorite content everywhere with you making it easy to share it with friends at any time on any connected screen.

Supported online content channels: Art4HD, Bild, Beet TV, Break.com, CBS News, CNBC, CNET, COIN-OP TV, College Humor, Dailymotion, Deutsche Welle, Earth Touch, Engadget, Facebook, France 24, Funny or Die, HDNet, Les Debiles, MaYoMo, Motorz, NASA TV, Picasa, PR Newswire, PSN, Revision3, Showtime, Spiegel Online, TED Talks, TWiT TV, VideoBASH, Vimeo, White House, YDN Design, YouTube and more to come.



With iMediaShare you can play your digital media on a variety of media devices:
1) Televisions from Samsung (w/ AllShare), LG, Sony BRAVIA (experimental video support), Philips, Panasonic Viera (experimental video support), Toshiba
2) Game consoles: Sony PlayStation 3, Microsoft XBox360
3) Network Media Players: Sony Blu-ray, LG Blu-ray, WD TV Live, Popcorn Hour, Xtreamer, Marantz, DirecTV, Logitech Revue (Google TV), etc.
4) Audio/music players: Denon, Sonos, Onkyo, Linn, Philips Streamium, Yamaha, etc.
5) Apple TV or other AirPlay-enabled devices
6) Other DLNA/UPnP compliant media players.



Here it is a video of the application:
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here i have taken a picture of imediashare working with a 65USD 7" tablet.

in the tablet was installed Shark mote to view all the media that was provided on the imediashare allso you can see photos, music and videos from it.




if you pay attention on the tablet you can see a Channel being played.

if you have other tv in you home with DLNA you can play there the content of the X7,with out using cable.

Every time you spent investigating what can be done with the device you discover TONS of things that can be done.
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