We Recommend: Stream All Your Media From PC to Your Android Device

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  • 25 Jul 2012
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  • Having the ability to stream the videos we have stored on our PC seems very convenient. We don’t always have the space requirements to store all our movies on our Android device. Also, a very important feature is the ability to enjoy our media in high-quality, without having to store it locally.

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    Emit is a very popular aplication for media streaming. It works really well and has lots of features, like the ability to work with your iTunes library. Emit is available for both Android and iOS. Using this app you can also play your videos online, on https://www.emitapp.com/. Emit has the ability to work with different types of connections, like wifi, 3g or external wifi. It also works with all PC environments – PC/Mac/Linux. To start using Emit, you first need to download the Web Server app for your PC. You can download it for free from their website. Once installed on your PC, you only need to configure the media folders and, if required, share the iTunes library. The PC software will provide a password that you insert in the Android app and that is about it. You can additionally configure an extra password, for extra security. The Android has a very easy to use interface. It can be used to stream all types of media, like movies, music or pictures. In the settings menu you can adjust the quality profile, depending on your smartphone hardware, subtitles settings and encoding. Advanced quality settings for video are also available.

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    The Free version of Emit is add based but not missing any features. There is also a Paid version to get rid of the adds.

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