Enjoy Your Favorite Shows/Movies on Your Android Device With Droid Streamer
Surely, you bought a rather expensive device running Android with promises of incredible multimedia experience. The kind that would make you forget that you even have a TV at home. The problem is that coming across content can be an issue. XDA member KarlssoN1337 has put out Droid Streamer, which is a one stop shop for shows and movies. The content is uploaded from various sites across the internet including Youtube. Also, all the shows and movies are streamed directly to your device, so no need to wait for lengthy downloads of any kind. If you have a 4G device or even better, if you are within Wifi reach, you are good to go.
Keep in mind that the app is in beta, so there will be bugs present. Please show your appreciation to the dev by providing feedback and ideas for improvement of this app.
Droid Streamer is streaming service available on the web and on the Android Market as a App.
NOTICE: That Droid Streamer is in BETA! Not everything will work as it should, and TV-shows and/or movies may be missing or wont work.
With this app you can stream your favorite TV-shows and Movies!
You can find more information in the app thread.
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