updated 07:08 pm EDT, Wed April 30, 2014
Video viewing app updated, adds new gesture controls, UPNP/DLNA streaming
FireCore has announced that it will release a major update for its Infuse app for iOS devices. Infuse allows for viewing videos in a variety of formats, and features streaming, importing and social tools. Infuse v 2.3 now includes UPNP and DLNA streaming, meaning that users can connect with other apps such as Plex, XBMX and others to browse, stream and download video content onto their device.
Additionally, the latest version offers all-new gesture controls for playing and pausing, rewinding and fast-forwarding, and adjusting volume, brightness and zoom level. Other new inclusions, such as continuous playback, revised styling and improvements to subtitling are also present in v2.3. Infuse 2.3 will be available for download through iTunes tomorrow.
PureGear announces new DualTek XT iPhone case for extreme terrain
Mobile device protection company PureGear has announced the release of its latest rugged iPhone case, the new DualTek XT for Extreme Terrain. Featuring a slim design, the military standard case is capable of protecting one's phone from dust, sand, rain, and splashes of water. Its two-piece design includes vents that provide sound access while remaining protective, accompanied by a mute cover button that prevents accidental splash damage. Available for iPhone 5 and 5s in black/gray and black/blue, the DualTekXT is priced at $50 online.