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iStream free download for Mac


Version 1.1

Zero-configuration media-streaming to your SmartTV.

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iStream overview

iStream allows you to stream your media onto your big TV screen with no configuration at all! Just throw in some files and iStream will do the rest! iStream supports a vast number of media formats and playback devices: From modern SmartTVs via set-top boxes or network-enabled stereos to software solutions (e.g., Kodi or Plex) running on an HTPC, everything is possible. Use it to get a movie on your big screen, your music to your stereo, or to show an image slideshow to your friends. Compatible devices will be detected automatically, you don't have to worry about anything.

Main Features:
  • Super-fast discovery of all compatible media renderers on your network!
  • Play any of your media files on your big TV screen with just one mouse click!
  • Supports automatic playback of multiple files (e.g., image slideshows or multiple parts of a TV series)
  • Supports fast forwarding and seeking of video and audio files on most devices
  • 100% pure Cocoa code for best performance and user experience

What’s new in version 1.1

Updated on Mar 29 2019

Version 1.1:
  • Check for invalid device names causing crash at startup
  • Blacklist incompatible displays right away to prevent querying it over and over again
  • Added App Transport Security exception





3 MB



App requirements

  • Intel 64
  • Mac OS X 10.7 or later
  • UPnP/DLNA compliant media renderer (SmartTV, Set-Top Box, AV-Receiver, Bluray-Player, HTPC, etc.)
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Mar 18 2015
Mar 18 2015
Version: 1.0
I've only tried this with MPEG4 files to date, but it really works well on my Panasonic TV. I can certainly make use of this! To the Developer, if there is any way to load movie files into the app and pause playback for a time, it would be very useful to me. All in all, I can't fault it!