Samsung’s HomeSync streaming box now compatible with non-Samsung devices


Last updated: December 17th, 2013 at 11:45 UTC+02:00

HomeSync, Samsung’s media center device that lets users stream content from their smartphones and tablets to a TV, is now compatible with devices from other manufacturers, and also a wider range of Samsung devices than earlier. HomeSync is priced at $299 and offers users 1 TB of cloud storage and access to features such as web browsing, YouTube, apps, games, social networking and more, with real-time streaming over a network connection.

The HomeSync app can be downloaded from the Play Store and is currently compatible with the HTC One, HTC Butterfly, Sony Xperia Z, ZL, and SP, and LG’s Optimus G Pro and Nexus 4, though some features might not be available on these non-Samsung handsets.



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