App DescriptionYouâ€™ll never know your iPad is so amazing! It is not only an iPad, but also a remote controller, exactly not only a remote controller, but also a movable connector.
â˜…Seamlessly connects devices under the same Wi-Fiâ˜…Enjoy videos, photos and music throughout your home: HDTV, PC, smart phone, tablet... â˜…Enjoy warm and special family time.
â˜†Remote access videos, music and pictures on your DLNA certificated devices.
-Access media files on PC, smart phone and tablets, network attached storage, anywhere in the house. All media files are under your remote control.
â˜†Seamlessly stream the access multimedia files to DLNA certificated devices.
- Want to watch movie with your family? Stream movies on large screen HDTV whenever as you like
- Get bored? Need a party? Play nice moving music on your Network speaker
- Trace old memory photos with your iPad, in Sofa, on bed, over little talk with your loveâ€¦
- Enjoy media play whenever and wherever!
â˜†Remote control your digital media renderers.
- Access and choose media files you want to enjoy: videos, music, pictures.
- Remote control media play with your iPad easily.
- Play iOS compatible media formats from your DLNA certified digital media server to iOS devices.
â˜†Friendly media management.
- Sort video by date taken, filename
- Sort photo by date taken
- Sort Music by Album, Artist, Songs
â˜†Cross platform support. Different platforms play their different entertain roles.
-Windows desktop (home media command center; media server; support Real-time transcoding)
- iPad (Media connector, remote controller)
- HDTV [Samsung TV (w/ Allshare), Sharp TV, Sony Bravia, Panasonic TV, Xbox 360, etc.]
- PC or Mac server (ArcSoft Link+, Windows Media Player, Tversity, PS3, etc.)
- WDTV Live
- Tablet, smart phone (ArcSoft Link+ installed):
ArcSoft, Inc. is an industry-leading software developer of multimedia imaging technologies and applications, offering fully integrated solutions to provide a complete user experience that spans across smart phones, feature phones, tablets, PCs, smart TVs, and cameras.
January 22, 2013 Initial Release