DLNA Media Streaming Comes To iOS Devices With Skifta From Qualcomm Atheros

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If you own a relatively recent Android device, it’s likely to support a nifty feature called DLNA, which allows you to stream content directly from your device to a whole host of compatible devices, including televisions, stereos, and Sony’s PlayStation 3. It’s very similar to AirPlay, only it supports a far greater range of devices, and doesn’t require an Apple TV.

Well now you can enjoy DLNA streaming on your iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch thanks to Skifta, a new iOS app from Qualcomm Atheros.

Available to download from the App Store now — and completely free — Skifta allows you to send the music, movies, and photographs stored on your iOS devices or in the cloud to all kinds of devices over Wi-Fi. It’s easy to set up, and it works with countless devices — far more than those with support for AirPlay.

Check out the promotional video below.

DLNA Media Streaming Comes To iOS Devices With Skifta From Qualcomm Atheros

Skifta is available to download now from the App Store using the source link below.

  • dcdevito

    +1 for Radiohead. Cheers

  • MrsCleaver

    But terrible reviews on the iTunes store. Hmmm.

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