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Connect to TVersity App Promises DLNA / UPNP Streaming to Your PlayBook

 Connect to TVersity

FileArchiveHaven has released a TVersity client for the popular TVersity server that many people use. In case you don’t know TVersity is a free server to install on your PC that lets you stream video to devices like the Xbox, PS3, and now the PlayBook. TVersity is a DLNA compliant sharing server in other words and this new “Connect to TVersity” app lets you stream videos, audio, and pictures to your PlayBook. The crazy part is that this PlayBook app is not limited to use to TVersity and actually works with any standard web based DLNA server. The only benefit of TVersity server is that it pre-converts videos to make sure they are playable on the PlayBook due to compatible video types.

Sounds cool right? With Connect to TVersity and your TVersity server setup you can:

  • Stream Audio files
  • Stream Video Files
  • Stream Photos
  • UPNP / DLNA
  • Supports Subtitles

I have not had a chance to try out this app yet since I have not been home but I will definitely be checking it out. Send us screenshots to our tip line if you get it working! Let us know what you think of Connect to TVersity if you pick it up in App World for $1.99. They also confirm that they have tested it on PlayBook Beta OS 2.0 and it works!

PS: I have had limited success in the past getting the PlayBook to simply work with TVersity without a client by just going to http://<tversity ip address>:<port>/flashlib/ but hopefully this is better!

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  1. This should be built into OS 2.0 !!

  2. As the builder of this app, I want to say thank you for the wonderful review and continued support. I *will* be actively maintaining this app. Any money made will go to the development of other free apps and back into this app for improvements.

  3. Yes, very interesting indeed. This sort of thing COULD actually make PlayBook useful for me, if only OS 2.0 hadn’t been so delayed. . .

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