Slingplayer Now on Android - "Bellyvision"

I might want to stretch out a warm welcome to Slingplayer. It's pleasant to have this usefulness once more, which I've delighted in for a long time on my Windows Mobile gadgets. Presently I am glad to report that it's accessible for Android handsets.

On the off chance that you are curious about Slingplayer, let me present you. It's about the utilization of placeshifting innovation, which empowers you to stream video from your TV, DVR or other video source, for example, a DVD player or home surveillance camera over a broadband Internet association.

This means you can see your preferred TV programs from your home TV on your Android telephone. You can likewise see programs you have recorded on your DVR. In the event that you have Comcast or Time/Warner with On Demand, you can likewise see these contributions.

So as to get this going, you will require a Slingbox that associates with your home TV/DVR/recipient and afterward interfaces either through a link or remotely to the switch of your home PC. For my situation, my Slingbox in on an alternate floor from my switch, and I am ready to interface remotely with two little Vudu units bought independently. Obviously, if your TV is close to your switch, you can associate with a standard Ethernet link.

You have your decision of two models, the Slingbox SOLO for $179 or the Slingbox PRO-HD for $299. The fundamental distinction is that you can get HD quality video with the professional model.

Set up is typically a basic issue achieved by interfacing your Slingbox to a TV recipient with a lot of RCA links for standard video or an extra arrangement of part links for HD quality. You may wish to buy a lot of remote connectors if your switch isn't near your TV.

At that point it's simply a question of somewhat adjusting, entering your enrollment code, and you're good to go to go. On the off chance that you experience any difficulty, Slingmedia keeps up great free client care on an all day, every day premise.

You can download the product for a work area or workstation phone from Slingmedia.com. Shockingly, be that as it may, it will interfere with you $29 for the Android programming.

When you have introduced the product on your telephone, you can control your TV and DVR remotely for review list for recorded material. You can totally control your TV/DVR from anyplace on the planet from your telephone.

Route starts with a bar over the highest point of the screen with four alternatives: Back, Navigation sidebars, Keypad for channel determination, and Misc. The Misc. button inspires a top to bottom menu that incorporates Program Guid, My DVR$, Volume UP, Volume Donw, Mute, Channel Up, Channel Down, Power on/off, Menu, Last Channel, TV/VCR, Favorite, A, B, C, Help, HD Zoom, On Demand (for Comcast and Time/Warner), Stop, and Swap PIP- - simply like the enormous kid clickers.

It's such a delight and somewhat of a solace to have the option to get to my preferred recorded shows when I'm out and about in a bizarre lodging with various channels and program plans.

Cautioning: Don't venture out from home with our TV beneficiary killed or you won't have the option to get any remote gushing.

Honestly, I was feeling denied utilizing a Droid until Slingplayer got accessible. Presently I'm a glad camper. I can't prescribe this framework all the more exceptionally. It has given me long stretches of joy at remote areas around the globe. It's simply so cool to have the option to stream HD quality video into my trusty Droid. I consider it my "Bellyvision".

It works flawlessly on my Droid X, and it is good with all Android models. At the point when you are prepared, you can snatch a duplicate of Slingplayer for your Droid from Google Market.

Timothy Hillebrand, Ph.D. is a resigned classicist and portable processing master who composes for Smartphone magazine and a few different distributions. Visit his blog at http://professorpocket.blogspot.com/

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