iMediaShare 4+

Play media on TV

Flipps Media Inc.

Designed for iPad

    • 3.1 • 904 Ratings
    • Free

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Description

The easiest way to stream photos, video, and music from your mobile to your TV!

Your photos, videos and music are instantly available to play on any connected TV screen or audio system around – at home, at a friend’s house, or at your local café. For online content like news, sports and music videos, check out the Flipps app.

Access your digital content from anywhere. iMediaShare automatically discovers any connected devices around you. All you have to do is choose the one you’d like to play on, and your videos stream instantly on the big screen. iMediaShare also serves as the ultimate remote, so you can adjust volume, playback, or switch videos with intuitive touchscreen gestures.

You no longer have to pass around a single phone from person to person to watch videos while hanging out with friends. Instead, stream those videos to any connected TV so everyone can see!

Supported Players:
- Internet-connected TVs by Samsung, Sony, Panasonic, LG & Philips
- Xbox One, Xbox 360, DISH Hopper, Apple TV

What’s New

Version 1.0.8

This app has been updated by Apple to display the Apple Watch app icon.

Stability and performance improvements

Ratings and Reviews

3.1 out of 5
904 Ratings

904 Ratings

tbiede ,

Needs Improvement

I wanted to show my videos from my iPhone 6 on my new Samsung 55" Smart tv (6200 series). I downloaded this app and was able to show my photos on my tv. It takes a couple seconds for each pic to load before you can see it. I tried to view my videos, and couldn't get it to work at all. I tried several different ways with no luck.

Veilwolf89 ,

Not The Best But Usable

The only issue I am having with this is when I am copying a file over I sometimes get a random error message, I experienced this when I was transfering personal videos and photos off my phone to my ps4 thus copying them to a flash drive small files did great but anything over 200mb quite often I got device unable to connect message. But overall it got the job done not the best I got what I needed.

Jim's Surface ,

Not Worth the Effort

Tried using iMediaShare on my iPad to allow mirroring with a recently purchased Samsung Smart TV. After downloading and opening the iMediaShare, it appeared to be unable to recognize any Photos or Videos stored on the iPad. Upon selecting Photos or Videos from the main menu, it displays page after page of "This asset is not available" messages. There is no Help menu to speak of. Thus, it falls into my category of "DELETE AND MOVE ON". Seems to be another of those "slap together and dump online without testing apps". I then downloaded the TV Assist app which works just fine.

App Privacy

The developer, Flipps Media Inc., has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple.

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