DLNA app onePlayer adds support for video

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onePlayer, an app that turns your phone to a universal media player and controller for your DLNA (UPnP) home networks, has been updated to version 1.3, adding support for video. The app allows you to access music, images and video stored on a DLNA server and play it back on your phone or another DLNA device.

DLNA compatible devices are more common that you may realise. For example, both the Xbox 360 and PlayStation consoles can be used as both DLNA renderers (playback) and servers (media storage). So too can all Windows PCs, when correctly configured via Windows Media Player.

onePlayer can be downloaded from the Windows Phone Marketplace. A free trial is available, with the full app costing £1.49 / $1.99 / €1.99. We recommend downloading the trial first to make sure the application works with your DLNA set up.


onePlayer is an universal media player and controller for your DLNA home networks. Stream your music, movie and pictures from servers to TV or other DLNA end device. onePlayer explores the available media servers and renderer devices in the WiFi network. The directory structure of the selected server can be listed by the browser feature. The movie and music files can be inserted in a playlist. The collected playlist is directed to the selected end device. The music files are organized in groups of Artist, Albums and Songs. 


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