Belkin MediaPlay

Belkin MediaPlay


Belkin MediaPlay powered by myTwonky makes it easy for anyone to start enjoying movies and music all throughout the home.


·Surf the web on your device and beam videos to a Smart TV.

·Grab your media from a USB hard-drive attached to a router and push it to a DLNA devices.

·Play your entire home library on your phone or tablet.


With Media Play HD movies and music are only a tap away.

Recent changes:
• Added the ability to download media from local DLNA servers to your smart device and play them offline.
• Various UI improvements.
• Various bug fixes and improvements.
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3.4
User ratings
678
Installs
100,000+
Concerns
0
File size
17165 kb
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About Belkin MediaPlay
Belkin MediaPlay powered by myTwonky makes it easy for anyone to start enjoying movies and music all throughout the home.


·Surf the web on your device and beam videos to a Smart TV.

·Grab your media from a USB hard-drive attached to a router and push it to a DLNA devices.

·Play your entire home library on your phone or tablet.


With Media Play HD movies and music are only a tap away.

Recent changes:
• Added the ability to download media from local DLNA servers to your smart device and play them offline.
• Various UI improvements.
• Various bug fixes and improvements.

Android Market Comments
A Google User
Aug 8, 2015
No longer beams Used to work with my roku it doesn't find it now, or my smart tv. Now it's useless
A Google User
Jul 7, 2015
I love it
A Google User
May 16, 2015
Hacker in
A Google User
Apr 5, 2015
Not working This app was working but no longer does
A Google User
Mar 25, 2015
Twonky is wonky The name pretty much gives you the clue as to how this system works. Twonky can't index the content on my USB drive (2TB Seagate drive) because it's too large. Really? What's the point of having a usb drive port if you can't plug in big back up drives? Just guess how well the app works then. It simply doesn't replace accessing the files through my PC or using my mobile device's built in DLNA offering...of course, that can't connect to a Twonky drive either. :p If I could give it a 0 rating, I would.