Uniondale, New York, January 29th 2010
The iPhone application iMediaShare, developed by Bianor and launched at Apple App Store at the end of November 2009, reached more than 200 thousands downloads.
iMediaShare is the first of its kind iPhone application providing fast and easy sharing of multimedia files through Wi-Fi networks and the functionality of DLNA standard for data sharing. Using the mobile application all pictures located on the mobile device can be viewed on the TV screen.
Apple approved the paid version – iMediaShare Premium in the beginning of January this year. In addition to the free version, iMediaShare Premium enables iPhone users to easily share with their friends directly on TV screen all photos uploaded at the social networks Facebook, Flickr and Picasa.
iMediaShare Premium is developed using the patent pending technology of Bianor.
Video content sharing option is expected to be launched soon.
“Except for the end-users, iMediaShare is of interest to mobile operators and manufacturers of DLNA-compatible devices. The technology provides various opportunities to implement innovative business models and marketing campaigns,” Radko Zhelev, Product Manager at Bianor said. “Bianor’s R&D team works on applying iMediaShare for other mobile operating systems. We expect to launch in February an Android OS version, which will have complete functionality for sharing images, video and audio files.” Zhelev added.
Only 3 weeks after the first release in Apple App Store, iMediaShare ranked second to Adobe’s Photoshop Mobile on Photography Top Free Apps and was among top apps at New & Noteworthy Chart.