QVIVO is a new media center application that organizes all your media collection into beautiful libraries. The developers like to call it a social media center app. Apart from having aesthetically pleasing user interface, it gives one stop solution for managing media files of almost all types of widely popular formats. It is developed for organizing moves, music, T.V shows, and for streaming online channels with an ability to observe user-specified location(s) to automatically sync the movies, music, and T.V shows list. Leaving further details aside, suffice it to say that QVIVO is out to revolutionize yours media management experience.
Sony's Music Unlimited service is coming to the PlayStation Portable.
Starting on Thursday, PSP owners with PlayStation Network IDs will be able to access Music Unlimited from their portable gaming devices. When people load up the app, they will be able to access millions of tracks on the streaming service from a range of major and independent labels.
The video on the Internet has just taken a step forward. SublimeVideo, allows any publication to upload and display video using the new Internet standard, is now available for everyone. Thanks to this, all the website portals may wish to distribute their videos universal, offering HTML5, Flash formats as appropriate. This player was in beta.
Amazon has launched his own storage and streaming music service from the cloud, called Amazon Cloud Player. This type of service had been rumored for some time, but most expect that Apple and Google should give before this step to Amazon. But it has advanced them with a service that is very good.
Amazon Cloud Player plays the music you have stored in Amazon Cloud Drive, hard disk found on the same charge. We can reproduce in two ways: from a web page or from our Android device (not currently work on devices with IOS). The benefits are clear as those responsible: after climbing the music we want to play online, do not worry or synchronize with devices or software upgrades or hardware to carry our music.