Posted On January 14, 2013 By In Tech News With 918 Views

Samsung’s AllShare Service Coming To US In March


According iNews, a Samsung Electronics official, has reported that the Korean Electronic giant is set to launch their AllShare – content sharing service, in the US this March.  Samsung’s Allshare software was co-developed by Samsung and Netflix over a period of two years.

According to Samsung website:

[quote] AllShare is Samsung’s content sharing service that allows you to search for and play video, photo, and music files  freely across many devices that support AllShare services, such as PC, TV, mobile phone, and digital camera. You  can do this either wirelessly or with a cable.

  • Instant Play -See the photos on your Smart Phone come to life on the big screen. With Instant Play, you can push content from your Samsung mobile devices right to your Smart TV™. Share your favorite videos, photos, and music with friends and family.
  • Remote Device Access -Want to listen to your library of tunes when you’re on the go? Forgot an important document on your home PC? With Remote Device Access, you can use your mobile device to access content remotely from your connected Samsung devices at home. Enjoy your favorite videos, photos, and music wherever life takes you.
  • Web Storage Access – No need to worry about losing your favorite videos, photos, and music. By storing content on the web, you can keep it protected and access it anytime across all your connected Samsung devices. With Web Storage Access, your content is always safe and always at your fingertips.[/quote]

    Samsung’s AllShare Service is seen as a competitor to Apple’s Air Play.  According to the report, Samsung has not decided when to launch AllShare in Korea.

    Source (Korean)iNews

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Storm is a technology enthusiast, who resides in the UK. He enjoys reading and writing about technology.

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