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App Upate: PowerDVD Mobile v.4 for Ultra for iOS now supports iPhone 5 and iOS 6


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CyberLink have just updated their PowerDVD Mobile v.4 for Ultra  App for iOS devices.


Extend your entertainment experience from your PC’s PowerDVD 12 to your iPhone and iPad. PowerDVD Mobile v.4 is designed for your iOS devices, you can easily use PowerDVD Mobile to browse and playback content store on your Windows PC’s PowerDVD 12, including movies, photos and music. Moreover, you can also push the videos & photos you take with your iPhone and iPad to your PC’s PowerDVD without the hassle to copy the files.

PowerDVD Mobile v.4 for Ultra supports only PowerDVD 12 Ultra version, if your are using PowerDVD 12 Pro, please download the paid version of PowerDVD Mobile v.4

Key Features of PowerDVD Mobile v.4
– Wirelessly stream* media from PowerDVD 12 on the PC to your iPhone and iPad
– Wirelessly download MOV (H.264/AAC) videos, photos and music from PowerDVD 12 on the PC to PowerDVD Mobile
– Watch videos in stunning quality
– Play your favorite tunes in a feature filled music player
– Apply one-click photo enhancements to touch up photos
– Create and watch cool slideshows of your photos
– Create playlists or choose from a variety of different options to sort your media library

PowerDVD Mobile plays videos, music and photos, so you can indulge yourself in entertainment everywhere you go. Connect your iPhone and iPad to the same network as your PC and wirelessly share, play and download videos, music and photos. Need some music for your workout? Wirelessly download your favorite tracks from PowerDVD on your PC. Want to share photos you took on your last vacation? Wirelessly play your photos on your friend’s mobile device with PowerDVD Mobile. The possibilities are endless!

What’s New in Version 4.0.14527

– iPhone 5 and iOS6 support
– Stability improvement and issues fixing

You can learn more and download from the Apple App Store.

Andrew Edney
I am the owner and editor of this site. I have been interested in gadgets and tech since I was a little kid. I have also written a number of books on various tech subjects. I also blog for The Huffington Post and for FHM. And I am honoured to be a Microsoft MVP since January 2008 - again this year as an Xbox MVP.

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