AirPlay For Android by Zapstreak Globally Available – SDK released

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  • 29 Nov 2012
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  • Zapstreak has brought its AirPlay-style media streaming solution for Android to global availability and out of beta test phase. The manufacturer has launched the SDK that can enable  users to push music streams, videos or images to a smart & connected TV.


    After six months of extended testing period, Zapstreak has launched the SDK that, unlike the standard case, does not require development knowledge so anyone interested to use it can do it with minimum effort. The SDK was made to be accessible by all that can picture the opportunity to enhance their viewing experience through the use of the DLNA standard.

    Reducing the developer cost to about nothing, Zapstreak has partnered with known service providers, such as musiXmatch and video2brain, that will provide DLNA access through their apps. The AirPlay was designed to be available cross-platform, unlike the Apple service that is only available on its platforms for PC and mobile. It will also be available as an alternative to the feature that Google has introduced with Android 4.2, that is also based on the DLNA standard. Free access to the SDK will be provided for a month after sign up for new developers, and after that it starts at $29 per month.

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    SOURCE: techcrunch
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