Newlaunches.com: The coveted Digital Living Network Alliance (DLNA) has managed to stay in the forefront of streaming standards that people have grown to rely upon and trust. While right up until now, everything that was certified has been hardware. Now, Skifta for Android has become the first application to become DLNA Certified, for both smartphones and tablets. This free app enables any Android device to share multi-media that is stored onboard with any other DLNA device. It also allows consumers to access and play their digital media from their phone or remotely from home and stream this media to DLNA Certified consumer electronics such as TVs, IP-connected stereos, Windows 7 PCs, PlayStation3 game consoles via their Android smartphones and tablets.
The Skifta application beta is currently available as a free download in the Android Marketplace for smartphones running Android version 2.2 and higher.