UNIONDALE, N.Y., Jan. 4, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Why watch online videos on the small screen of your laptop or phone when you could be using the latest version of the iMediaShare app to watch them on your large-screen TV? This week, Bianor introduces iMediaShare 3.0, a free mobile app that transforms your Android smartphone into a remote control, allowing you to seamlessly stream and watch online media on the big screen.
Unlike the many set-top box solutions available in the marketplace, iMediaShare 3.0 requires no additional hardware and no cables. The mobile solution ensures that your favorite content is portable, so you can play it at any time on any connected TV. iMediaShare 3.0 also supports connected audio systems and blu-ray players, as well as PS3 and Xbox 360 game consoles.
Says Bianor's Managing Director, Metodi Filipov, "The latest Android version of iMediaShare comes with a complete redesign, which provides a much improved user-experience, and a new scalable back-end infrastructure to support on-demand video streaming from the cloud."
"The online TV channels featured on iMediaShare 3.0 include TEDTalks and NASA TV. Users can expect to see many more channels in the near future," Filipov added.
Every 60 seconds, three people in the States launch the iMediaShare app, which is currently experiencing over 40% growth in downloads on a monthly basis. As with previous versions iMediaShare 3.0 also supports playback of all user-generated content from personal video and music collections to social places like Facebook and Picasa.
You can download the free mobile app iMediaShare from ims.bianor.com/dl
Bianor is a mobile application developer dedicated to helping people take full advantage of mobile technology.
The company provides consulting services to clients such as IBM, Samsung, Ogilvy, and Wiley, delivering software solutions used by millions of people around the Globe.
Bianor's proprietary product iMediaShare, based on the company's patent pending technology, delivers a unique convergence of the mobile and home multimedia environments.