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New software features streaming from home to your iPhone

Written by Rich Fiscus (Google+) @ 24 Jun 2008 9:55 User comments (2)

New software features streaming from home to your iPhone SingleClick Systems, who already sells home network management software for consumers and small businesses, has a new product aimed at iPhone and Blackberry owners who want mobile access to the video files they have at home. Their new Remote Access software is designed to allow users to stream video from home without installing any additional software on their phones.
"SingleClick Remote Access works seamlessly with the installed software on the iPhone, as opposed to other solutions requiring the user to download a third party application which may violate their user license agreement and warranty," said Scot Zarkiewicz, CEO of SingleClick Systems. "Because SingleClick Remote Access is a dynamic software application residing on the home computer, iPhone users can safely break out of the iTunes stranglehold and stream their entire content library anywhere they happen to be."

In addition to streaming support, SingleClick Remote Access will also provide a VPN connection to access the rest of the network securely. It will be offered as a standalone product and also integrated into the company's HomeNet Manager networking software.

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2 user comments

124.6.2008 16:24

does it work for both 3G and reguler iphone?

225.6.2008 11:09

get the software called 'my orb' it will stream any files from your computer to any wireless device for free. Music, video, webcams, anything.

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