Vuze Takes Over Your Electronics
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Also known as Azureus – a BitTorrent client first time developed for the UNIX and Linux operating system, Vuze is one of the most used file-sharing clients that, over the years, managed to cover the ever-growing needs of its community by creating an all-in-one platform that not only downloads and uploads torrent files, but also offers burning DVDs solutions and device integration with popular platforms such as iTunes, Xbox 360 and PS3.
By doing so, Vuze’s attitude towards a better future attracted millions of people who quickly connected their multi-media devices to their services.
Following the same quick-evolving pace, they’ve decided, just this week, to add DLNA support, thus making their client compatible with thousands of new devices that integrate the DLNA technology (TVs, set-top boxes, tablets, NAS devices and so forth). A full list of supported devices can be found here.
“Today, we’re continuing this crusade to unleash your content on your mobile and TV screens by adding all DLNA-supported devices, a few additional Android devices, and more,” the Vuze team announced.
“With this release, most DLNA-supported devices should now show up in your Vuze Sidebar – assuming they’re connected to the same home network as Vuze – making it possible to stream directly from Vuze to the DLNA device of your choice. Once you spot your device name under Device Playback in the Sidebar, simply drag-and-drop.”