If you haven’t heard of Kinoma Play yet, it’s fantastic. And now with an Android application in motion, innovation in simplifying all your digital content is on the horizon. Features like suites of applications geared towards digital media, social networking, location and search can all be yours at the touch of a button. Check out some of the hardcore specs you can expect with the application:
What makes Kinoma Play special is how it combines information and features from across Kinoma apps into dashboards to simplify and speed everyday tasks. Kinoma Play includes five dashboards:
• Play shows up-to-the-minute information from every Kinoma app with news – social networks, recent photos, stocks, weather, the song you’re listening to, upcoming calendar events, and even Kinoma app updates.
• Search uncovers surprising information by quickly collecting results from across every Kinoma app that supports search.
• Places is an in-depth guide to what’s nearby, combining information from foursquare, Yelp, YouTube, Wikipedia, and HearPlanet, the world’s largest audio guide.
• Music is a music lover’s dream, delivering photos, biographies, and videos of the artist you’re listening to now.
• Send is the hub for sharing and organizing media: show videos on a television, tweet about a song, upload a picture to Flickr, download a podcast, or add to a playlist.
Kinoma Play’s Media Connect app shares media with other devices on the same network, even other phones. It supports the popular Digital Living Network Alliance (DLNA) standard built into many televisions, computers, and game consoles including Xbox 360 and PS3. Media Connect allows you to easily:
• Show pictures, music, and video from your phone on DLNA compatible televisions
• Play content from media servers on your phone
• Share content with neighboring devices by turning your phone into a media server
In addition to all of these crazy features, the application will include a pretty decent media player as well to run the content already on your device. Apps like webcams, internet radio, podcasts, music and video can all be played or viewed from within the application itself. There’s plenty of more features as well so be sure to check it out at the Google Play link below or the qr code if that’s your thing. Feel free to let us know what you think in the comments below. Presser after the break.