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WAS an excellent programme...
...until the last update. Now it's an $8 piece of crap that doesnt even run for even 2 seconds. Up until yesterday, this was my FAVOURITE app. No tech support WHATSOEVER...buyer beware
ac0mputerguru on Mar 22, 2012 for media
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Best option, after reinstall
Just installed last week. Really impressed so far... but Mar 19th update completely broke it. Delete and reinstall fixed it for me, back to working great.
App hungry on Mar 22, 2012 for media
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MPOC
I can never get this app to work with my Sony speaker. It is always skipping or just won't play at all and with the latest upgrade iris 100x worse if you are getting this to go with the Sony wireless speaker think twice.
I just keep losing weight on Mar 20, 2012 for media
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This is just a non functioning shell - don't bother
This isn't a Lite or Trial - It's a shell. The app has great looking potential but it has pop up advertisments and the first time I tried to stream a video it told me I needed to buy a advanced:edition feature inside the in-App Store for $4.99. So no way to even test the streamability without coughing up $5.00. Deceptive Apps like this shouldn't be allowed in the App Store at all - waste of everyone times. Just post a light version or nothing at all.
googull on Mar 19, 2012 for media
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Great functionality
This app is really good
Gkkkkkkgk on Mar 18, 2012 for media
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Good but could be great for photo streaming
I bought this for photo streaming only (a feature lacking in iTunes), and while it gets the job done and is sufficiently fast, I think the interface could use some facelifting. I have a NAS with about 6k pictures (some 18mp) in 100 folders and I wanted a browsing app that respected my folder layout and displayed photos quickly. This app does all that and even thumbnails photos in folders without writing or modifying any data on the NAS (the folders are ro anyway). What I don't like are the extra video, pictures, and other random folders this app displays when connected via DLNA. What I want is the exact folder structure, or at least the option to display only what is read from the NAS and nothing else. I also want the option to display or hide other DLNA objects and really anything else that pops up in the different windows. Also, if the devs are reading, file data (date created, modified, file size, photo data, etc.) would be nice to have access to. This app has potential if it were polished up a bit more.
CrazusVictus on Mar 17, 2012 for media
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