RemotePlay Makes Sharing Across Platforms And Devices as Accessible as Possible

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  • 08 Mar 2013
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  • Social networks are the most widely used services and the new means of communication, news and media consumption for people across the globe. Thus to be able to operate in different environments and with all the types of devices has always been the main purpose of major service providers.


    Media is and has never be meant to be consumed by oneself. Media is supposed to be spread and available throughout, for anyone with aspects in common to find and enjoy. That is the purpose of the newly released app on the Play Store, from developer Piddas21. It is a form of sharing content without restrictions and more than that, it is a new method of interaction. There is also a contest in place that could get you a Nexus 7 tablet for free.


    RemotePlay lets you take over someone’s device, share music, play it, control its aspects. The app is a combination of a proprietary discovery protocol and plain old HTTP for file transfer. It is supposed to be available for as many platforms as possible, including the all-to-popular Windows 8. For now you can get the free version for Android on the Play Store and get read of ads if you enjoy using it for $1.99.

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