iMediaShare Android App Delivers TED and NASA Videos to Your TV

iMediaShare has brought their streaming media service to Android.  PRNewswire has informed us that they have redesigned the Android version, which “provides a much improved user-experience, and a new scalable back-end infrastructure to support on-demand video streaming from the cloud.”

As of now, there are two channels available, TED Talks, and NASA TV.  They also stated that there are more channels in the works.

Head on over to AppBrain to download it today for free. (Just a reminder, make sure that it does work with your home computing setup before downloading.)

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