Last week I posted about how every Palm Centro has Kinoma software inside to power its video and audio streaming.
We call that core software “Kinoma Media Embedded”, or KME. Kinoma Player uses the same technology, but Kinoma Player 4 EX does lots more and wraps it all in a sleek, elegant user interface.
Here are 5 ways that Kinoma Player will change how you use your smartphone:
- It plays all your stuff — KME is a helper app used for video and audio streaming. Kinoma Player is a full-fledged multimedia player and can be your movie player, photo player, MP3 player, podcatcher and more.
- Exclusive features — Kinoma Player can do things that no other Palm OS player can do, like play true YouTube FLV video, play Windows Media Video and Audio (WMV/WMA), let you look around QuickTime VR panoramas, and (if you’re in the U.S.) listen to Clear Channel streaming radio.
- The best streaming player on any mobile device — Kinoma Player is the only player built to take full advantage of today’s mobile data networks. Not only does it support standards-based RTSP streaming, but it can even stream podcasts delivered with ordinary web servers.
- 20,000+ interesting things to watch and listen to — People in the telecommunications industry call Kinoma Media Guide a “mobile content discovery system”. We call it free video, radio, podcasts and more, with no monthly subscription. There’s nothing else like it.
- The best support in the business — As easy as we make it, your smartphone is still a little computer and not everything is perfectly intuitive. Between our excellent email support, the forum and this blog, we really enjoy helping our customers use Kinoma Player to make their smartphones a mobile media powerhouse.
Later this week I’m going to share a little secret with readers of this blog — how to get a “secret” upgrade discount if your phone came with KME (680, 700p, 755p, Centro).