Samsung’s HomeSync now works with non-Samsung devices


Samsung’s Home Sync media heart.

Samsung announced Tuesday that it’s extending the compatibility of its Home Sync media middle to more Android units, including those made by different companies.


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The $299 software launched in America in October lets folks store, sync, and circulate content material from their cellular gadgets to their TVs, whether at home or on the go. It allows consumers to sync picture albums and videos and tune, add, and obtain cellular content. Home Sync additionally gives 1TB of storage for as many as eight separate accounts.

While Home Sync initially worked best with Samsung mobile gadgets equipped with Samsung hyperlink, the company’s software for connecting and sharing content, Android smartphones made by other companies are compatible with the device. Keeping its Google Play description, the app is now compatible with the HTC One and Butterfly; Sony’s Xperia Z, Xperia ZL, and Xperia SP; and LG’s Optimus G Professional and Nexus 4.