Find and play personal and online video, music and photos
Revel in looking at telephone movies and photos, and taking part in song on your large-screen TV!
iMediaShare transforms your Android tool right into a remote control seamlessly streaming personal and online media to your connected TV.
iMediaShare requires no extra hardware, no cables and no TV apps. All you want is an internet-enabled TV and a WiFi community.
iMediaShare allows you to take your favourite content material all over with you making it simple to share it with pals at any time on any linked reveal.
Advantages over iMediaShare Lite:
Video playback from YouTube links
Video playback of arbitrary mpeg information from the web and other apps
More online video channels in HD
Online channels in the full adaptation embrace: Animal Planet, Bild, Beet TV, Break.com, CBS News, CNBC, CNET (HD), CNN, COIN-OP TV, College Humor, Dailymotion, Deutsche Welle, Riding Sports activities, Earth Touch, Engadget, Euronews, Facebook, France 24, Funny or Die, G4, Harvard Industry Assessment, HDNet, Les Debiles, MaYoMo, Motorz (HD), NASA TV, NY Times, Picasa, PortalZINE, PR Newswire, PSN, Revision3 (HD), Showtime, Spiegel Online, TED Talks (HD), The Onion, TWiT TV, VideoBASH, Vimeo, White House, YDN Design, YouTube (HD).
Televisions from Samsung (w/ AllShare), LG, Sony BRAVIA, Philips, Panasonic Viera, Toshiba
Recreation consoles: Sony PlayStation 3, Microsoft XBox 360
Community Media Players: Apple TV, Sony Blu-ray, LG Blu-ray, WD TV Live, Popcorn Hour, Xtreamer, Marantz, DirecTV, Logitech Revue (Google TV), etc.
Audio players: Denon, Sonos, Onkyo, Linn, Philips Streamium, Yamaha, etc.
PC/Mac media servers: Twonky, Skifta, Windows Media Player, etc.
Other DLNA/UPnP compliant media players.
For perfect playback efficiency on PS3, please, make certain that your PS3 is WIRED and now not WIRELESS.
Videos recorded with the phone’s camera are not supported through some TVs and sport consoles.
For Toshiba TVs, please, enable Media Renderer mode from TV Preferences -> Network Device Setup.
Watch the Global Force Wrestling Wrestle Kingdom 9 reside adventure from the Tokyo Dome on January 4th featuring Jim Ross as announcer.
✓ Reside broadcast starts at 2 a.m., ET, Jan. 4;
✓ Replay at 7 p.m. ET, Jan. 4.
✓ The whole experience will probably be on hand on-demand for 30 days following the broadcast. Preorder now!