From Lynx Technology:
Twonky Beam allows you to beam media stored on your mobile device or home media server videos, music and photos. Twonky Beam also provides you with a simple and familiar way to discover and enjoy Internet videos with your tablet or phone and beam them to your TV or other home media players. When you visit your favorite websites, or discover new ones, Twonky Beam will display a Twonky Beam button over the beamable media items on the page. You can browse many pages at once and create and manage bookmarks of your favorite sites.You can also create playlists with a queue of multiple selections that will play continuously in the order you added them. It is always possible to continue browsing, either on your device or on another home media server, while your media is playing.A simple tap of the screen will beam the chosen media to your selected player, such as your Airplay-enabled or UPnP-/ DLNA-certified device. Twonky Beam is compatible with popular devices such as Apple TV, Roku, and Xbox 360. You can also enjoy media directly on your tablet or phone.In-app purchase of the Premium DTCP-IP Compatibility feature allows you to access DTCP-IP protected media with Twonky Beam (Requires valid content license and a compatible player for beaming). Play the videos directly on the mobile device or beam them to your home media player Download media from your home media server and play it on your tablet or phone offline Create and manage a Beam queue Browse, beam, or play media stored on your tablet, phone, or home media server Enjoy a familiar browser experience for discovering and enjoying Internet video, music, and photos Share media on your tablet or phone with other devices Play or beam PlayReady protected media (Requires valid content license and a compatible player for beaming). Play, beam, or download DTCP-IP protected media (Requires valid content license and a compatible player for beaming. Requires premium DTCP Compatibility feature enabled) Browse and beam media contained in RSS feeds*Please note that the beaming functionality relies on the capabilities of the devices on your home network, as well as the media support provided by specific websites. Beaming does not work with Flash content.