Nokia has released a public beta of a new app called Play To for its Lumia Windows Phone handsets. Play To lets you stream photos and videos to any DLNA-capable device on your home network.

Nokia Play To

DLNA is a protocol for streaming content over a WiFi network, and it’s supported by some recent televisions as well as set-top-boxes such as the Xbox 360 or PlayStation 3.

Windows Media Player and a number of other software applications also support DLNA, which means you can use the new Play To app to stream photos or videos from your phone to a TV or computer.

Nokia plans to add support for music sharing to to a future version of Play To.

via Engadget and WMPoweruser

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