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AllShare Framework– Keeping your Samsung smart devices seamlessly connected


AllShare is Samsung’s vision of the ultimate convergence experience, which enables consumers to access their content anywhere, anytime, on any device. Developers can utilize the AllShare Framework’s Open API’s to realize various convergence scenarios by developing AllShare-enabled apps for smart devices.

The AllShare Framework SDK includes set of APIs, eclipse simulator, and sample app for adding value to your app. Please refer to “Getting Started” for quick start.

Main Features provided by the AllShare Framework SDK are as below:
Media Share:
Seamlessly stream media files stored in a device or web server to other devices. Using your app as AllShare apps, users can enjoy seamlessly sharing movie, music, and photo with DLNA compatible devices such as a Smart TV

Screen Share:
Mirror any screen currently being displayed to another display device in real-time. Your apps instantly share the screen display to any HDMI enabled TV via an AllShare Cast dongle or Wi-Fi Display compatible devices.

Control Share:
Function as Smart TV remote controller and handle web page on a Smart TV. Using this feature, your apps can navigate a TV web browser, control a TV cursor or run an app on a Samsung TV like a remote controller.

Upgrade your apps now with these outstanding convergence features.
The AllShare Framework was built to support your vision of the ultimate convergence experience.


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2 comments on “AllShare Framework– Keeping your Samsung smart devices seamlessly connected

  1. CrisR82 2 years ago said:

    Yes, this new AllShare technology is so awesome when you happen to have a really high-end TV that just happens to have everything EXCEPT WiFi

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  2. sa71 2 years ago said:

    Does this have anything to do with recently offered update/upgrade “AllShareCast Dongle”?

    If yes, is additional hardware (dongle) required?

    Some consumers expressed their concerns about damaging their phones permanently because of it, many are reluctant to download the update/upgrade.

    Can anybody knowledgeable elaborate on this?

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