The wireless connections are Make it easy to transfer files is easy but beyond that, they have opened a very interesting world: playing content between…
The wireless connections are Make it easy to transfer files is easy but beyond that, they have opened a very interesting world: playing content between devices . There, Chromecast , a world of exciting possibilities it opens.
If you have a large library of content on your computer and do not know how to play it on your Android, AirStream is a very interesting solution that you will like if you will not complicaros with Plex and are looking for an application that is more direct and further work well
from computer to mobile and also the tele
AirStream consists of two parts, first a mobile application from the we reproduce the content and access the same. We various sources , first computers we have in the same network (which will have to install a client to deliver content) and three services in the cloud, Google Drive, Dropbox and One Drive .
The operation is very simple, once we have the applications (mobile and PC) installed just have to go to our Android and select the device you’re going to play content . That done, we a folder system from which we can access all the files on the hard disk to which we are accessing appears. We search the content and give the play.
In the tests I’ve done with the application have to say that with good WiFi (100 Mbps) connection can move files from heavy video without having to be much buffering time doing. An interesting option is that from the customer can send Chromecast .
Thus, we can use the phone as a remote control from select content and then send to the TV. Personally, I think Plex is a more interesting option but requires more time to get everything well organized and there are times where you just we find a video and play as quickly as possible. In addition, AirStream is free.
- Price: Free
- Developer: Nityaa Labs
- Download: Google Play
News AirStream allows us to watch video from your computer to your Android and also in Chromecast was originally published in Engadget Android by Juan Carlos González .
April 17, 2015
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