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Very awesome
I use it to play movie and music off of my network sever I have to say it delivers. Pretty well with no lag and gives me access to all of my music and movie files
blkmagic0 on May 22, 2012 for media
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It works
I would of given it more star, but I haven't used it much. You really need to download the free flex player for it to stream more file types.
ConfusedGeek on May 20, 2012 for media
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Good overall, can be even better
Love the app. I am just going to add things that might make it better: 1) way to clear/edit playlist in controller view 2) Seem to randomly skip songs or stop after few songs(controller mode) even in the paid version
Bharathk on May 19, 2012 for media
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crash a lot
it crashes every time if i put it in background and switch back. please fix it.
jaoyina on May 16, 2012 for media
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Very useful app
Just what I needed: I can keep my movies, music etc on a network storage device and access them wirelessly in streaming on my ipad. I love it! Price is more than justified.
Danieletta on May 11, 2012 for media
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Works great - can be steep learning curve
Most importantly, this was well worth the money. I can control my WD live hub via Twonky media server. I can stream video to my new iPad and iPod Touch from my media server as well. Now the bad.. If the last two lines completely confused you then this might not be for you + this app is a little confusing. If you're not tech savvy, this might prove challenging. That being said, if you don't mind investing some time the it might be worth it for you. Also you can forget about playing MKVs, with Flexplayer it is possible but 720p plays at 3 fps. AVI and M4V play great.
Chad Dalton on May 10, 2012 for media
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