BURLINGAME, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--ZumoCast, a new service that lets you enjoy all of your personal videos and music libraries at home or on-the-go, publicly launched today. The new application is now generally available, offering the same flawless video streaming experience as the beta version and for the first time enabling music lovers to play their entire iTunes libraries from their iPads and iPhones. Additionally, the new version of ZumoCast now allows you to download your videos, music, and other files directly to your devices so you can enjoy them later, even if you are offline.
ZumoCast is specifically designed to make accessing personal music and video simple, making it the perfect app for media lovers. The application works by turning your computer into a personal cloud server that streams your media libraries to your mobile devices upon demand. As a result, content on your computer becomes instantly accessible, without having to wait for it to upload or requiring you to pay the monthly fees otherwise associated with online storage and sync services.
“The iPad is perfectly suited for enjoying your media library, but it is often difficult to get your music and videos on your device in the first place,” said David Zhao, CEO of ZumoCast. “ZumoCast not only makes it easy to wirelessly sync all your media with your devices, but it does so without requiring you to upload it to the cloud, which is both time-consuming and costly.”
ZumoCast uses Hybrid Cloud Technology, an elegant mix of personal and cloud storage, to deliver the following features:
ZumoCast is available in the Apple App Store as an application for the iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch at www.appsto.re/zumocast. The mobile application will direct users to also download ZumoCast software on their Macs or PCs from www.zumocast.com and explain that their content will also be accessible from any web browser. For more information, please visit www.zumocast.com.
ZumoCast lets consumers connect to all of their content from popular mobile devices by transforming the PC into an always-on, instantly-available media access platform. Zecter, the company behind ZumoCast and its sister service, ZumoDrive, was founded in 2007 and has received funding from Tandem Entrepreneurs, Sherpalo Ventures, and Y-Combinator.