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Avia media player app from Videon: Now starring with Google Chromecast

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Avia the media player app from the good people at Videon Central is now of the first media players that can be used in conjunction with Google Chromecast. This new partnership with Google Chromecast will enable Chromecast user's to bring up their favorite music, videos, and photographs on their smartphone, tablet or computer and "cast it to their HD television. This new support is also compatible with the new Kindle Fire HDX.

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Avia is an all inclusive app that brings all of the user's personal media into Avia and seamlessly indexes, categorizes, and shares with Google Chromecast or other DLNA enabled devices. Avia even works with cloud sourced media content from Facebook, Dropbox, Picasa, and locally networked devices.

Quite simply, the combination of Avia and Chromecast technology is groundbreaking. Every day we capture life’s moments on our smartphones. Now Avia lets us quickly and easily share them on our televisions.” (Michael Daulerio-Videon Consumer VP/Pure PR Inc)

The Avia media player is available for free from the Google Play store, Amazon App's, and the Apple App store. To enable Google Chromecast support from the app, user's must upgrade to the Avia Pro version of the app from within the Avia app itself. It's a quick and easy purchase that will open up the user's entire library of media to share with family and friends from one simple app and display their content in fantastic high definition.

The maker of the app Avia is Videon. Videon enables media technology firms to swiftly and cost effective move their digital media initiatives from concept to the Internet. Videon has a proven successful track record with over 30 million devices using their streaming media, DVD, and Blu-ray technology. Videon was founded in 1997 and is a privately held company.

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