TVersity adds iPhone support


TVersity, the service which allows users to access their media on virtually all their devices, just added support for the iPhone. According to the company’s release, owners of the Apple’s handset will be able to play video files in formats not natively supported by the iPhone, and access audio and video podcasts and media RSS feeds — without a copying files to the phone. Apparently, the idea of NOT storing files locally on the iPhone should appeal to the iPod Video owners who got used to their 30GB or higher storage capacity devices.

The way I see it, TVersity is offering a pretty much same/similar service as Orb does. If you’re into all the “my media everywhere” fuzz, this might be something you were looking for…

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