iMediaShare is available for different mobile OS and device manufacturers looking to differentiate their product.
Uniondale, NY (PRWEB) December 7, 2009
Cell phones are now connected to home media center thanks to iMediaShare - the media sharing application - for cell phones developed by Bianor.
iMediaShare allows multimedia files located on users' mobile phones to be transparently viewed on TVs at home. Using iMediaShare users can easily share the multimedia content available on the mobile device through Wi-Fi connectivity to home media systems including gaming consoles and latest TV sets.
Free iPhone version of iMediaShare supporting image sharing is already available at Apple's App Store. The application ranks second to Adobe's Photoshop Mobile on Photography Top Free Apps and is among top apps at New & Noteworthy Chart.
Three weeks after the initial launch iMediaShare reached 14,000 downloads per day.
"We just made the first step in creating products for mobile multimedia data sharing, but we're not intending to stop here. We are working towards achieving the next major product milestone - enabling audio sharing on the iPhone platform," Kostadin Jordanov, Bianor's CEO said. "Bundling iMediaShare application with mobile devices makes them an even more useful and functional, adding more value to their users. iMediaShare is available for device manufacturers looking to differentiate their product and respond to customers' demands for more functionality," Jordanov added.
Beta version of Android OS compatible iMediaShare application is already running and is a subject to testing. Bianor accepts requests for free copies of Android version form qualified users. The Android version will be completely functional and will provide all the options available for iPhone. It will allow easy sharing of images, audio and video files.
iMediaShare allows UPnP/DLNA standard complaint clients to access media stored on mobile devices. In the next two years more than 80% of the new TV's are expected to have client capable to take advantage of Bianor's application.