Report – Microsoft’s Smart Glass app allows AirPlay-like streaming on mobile, tablets, 360

Friday, 1st June 2012 19:46 GMT By Stephany Nunneley

Microsoft plans to release an app called Smart Glass next week, which is a companion application that will “act much like AirPlay for the Xbox 360,” according to a report on Engadget. Users will be able to play video and other media on their phones and tablets while “pushing” it onto their Xbox 360 console for later playback. It will be made available on tablets and mobiles running Windows, Windows Phone, Android and iOS, and will likely be revealed at E3 on Monday.



  1. rainer

    Or they could have just licensed Airplay and done that making it a lot easier.

    In addition make the Xbox 360 a UPnP/DLNA render target so those who cant/wont use Airplay can push media that way.

    But nope we now have a third system on our hands.

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