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Qualcomm Atheros' Skifta app brings DLNA media streaming to iOS

Michael Gorman, @Numeson
January 10, 2013
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Android users have been using Skifta, the mobile media streaming platform, for a couple years now, shooting media to and from their phones and tablets wirelessly. Today, Apple users can get on the action, as Qualcomm Atheros has quietly released a version that brings the power of DLNA to iOS. That means that iPhones, iPod Touches and iPads running iOS 5 or later can now stream content directly to and from a host of devices, including stereos, TVs and the PS3. Sound good? You'll find a gallery of screenshots of the Skifta's UI below, and should that sufficiently pique your interest, hit the source to grab the app for yourself.

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