CHENGDU, China--(BUSINESS WIRE)--DearMob's 5KPlayer pumps Apple TV 4 streaming content after its sales pullout on Amazon.com, creatively helping users access an increased amount of videos online for free with their Apple TV. This update also attaches support to some other big name websites including Veoh. 5KPlayer doesn't deem the suspension of device sales as the only method to clear up customers' confusion. Alternatively, it can turn a Windows PC or Mac to send 4K HD movies to Apple TV, boosting advantages of the HD screen displaying entertainment.
5KPlayer as a free streaming media player has been dedicated to expanding video streaming diversity in Apple TV. Challenged by Amazon Fire TV's biggest 1200 plus APP collection, this streaming media player turned out one creative solution: By turning a Mac or a Windows PC into a streaming content sender. A laptop installed with 5KPlayer can acquire resource from streaming services before casting them to Apple TV 4 losslessly. HD movies at 4K, 5K or 8K resolutions got widespread on the Internet before they approached tvOS. Soon after the debut of YouTube 8K video Ghost Towns in June, 5KPlayer upgraded its video AirPlay utility to 8K standard.
A report on The Verge briefed Amazon's recent pullout of Apple TV sales, quoting a statement from Amazon spokesman early this October, in which he explained the case as Amazon's concerns that streaming media players without Prime Video may lead to customer confusion.
This time 5KPlayer's upgrade intends to relieve possible customer worries about the case: Now both PC and Mac users can rely on it to obtain more streaming video resources from a wide variety of websites to AirPlay them from PC to Apple TV 4 , or Mac to Apple TV at a highest 8K standard. Meanwhile the Apple TV already opened APP submissions to third-party developers in October, according to TechTimes, and Prime Video can choose to hit the shelves or not. Indeed the latter method takes time, hence free streaming media players like 5KPlayer paves a swift way out in this bout involving Amazon, Apple TV and Google Chromecast.
The standoff involving the big three, when led by external impetus like 5KPlayer, can head for a good fruit to users as a whole, i.e. a revolutionary uplift of streaming content diversity. Now that there is the 5KPlayer to assist Apple TV 4 and other non-Amazon products in terms of HD streaming, 4K HD viewing experience is expected to climb to a new stage.
Chasing progress based on its long-standing experience with wireless streaming from Mac and PC to Apple TV, 5KPlayer supplies creative and simple Apple TV video streaming solutions with experience drawn from Amazon, Chromecast and other competitors. This time it scores another round for Apple TV 4 in video streaming content, and it still aims to generate better multimedia service spurred by major functions of Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, and Google Chromecast. 5KPlayer as a resilient streaming media player is hopefully optimizing visual experience of HD streaming on Apple TV 4.
Pricing and Availability
5KPlayer is totally free and clean. Now the Version 3.1 for Windows and Mac are available for download at http://www.5kplayer.com/
About DearMob Inc.
DearMob, Inc. is a pioneer in mobile software developing. In pursuing the vision of providing users sophisticated mobile solutions for free, it strives to create cross-platform freeware for Windows, Mac, iOS and Android. Its product lines currently involve in multimedia playing, music video streaming and downloading and multi-screen video playback, and will extend to the use extension of mobile apps, mobile anti-virus solution, file manager and backup solution for iPhone, iPad and Android devices. 5KPlayer, currently available in English, Japanese and German, is a new talent in multipurpose media player that thrives to meet versatile user demands. For more information about the company, please visit: http://www.5kplayer.com