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


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.

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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