15+ Best DLNA Streaming Apps for Android

August 13, 2016
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While buying a new Android smartphone, you must have found a feature in its specification sheet, named DLNA, alongside the Wi-Fi technical details. In most of the cases, users never understand what this feature is which result in never using of the same. But, if you want to stream content from your Android device to TV set, then it is possible because of the same technology.

Yes, DLNA can let you deal with the streaming and that’s why you don’t need any extra hardware to make things possible. I am sharing here are the best DLNA streaming apps for Android device. Since, DLNA hardware is already existing but it is lacking the software side, we need an application to complete the package.

Best DLNA Streaming Apps for Android

Technically, the TV set you want to stream media content, should be having the same DLNA technology included. Thankfully, every such TV set comes with the application require to drive those drivers. So, you select one of the below mentioned apps, install it on your Android smartphone or tablet, and get ready to do the online streaming for free.

Also, streaming any media content is pretty simple. Just open the media file you wish to stream, get your TV set ready for the connection, and hit the DLNA option, the app has newly installed on your device. It will start the content sharing instantly. Make sure both device and TV sets are at a working distance.


If you were looking for a premium application which comes without any price tag, then consider using AllCast. It works with almost every media streaming device like Amazon Fire TV, Chromecast, Apple TV, etc., and even supports Roku, Xbox 360, etc. In short, it covers almost every popular media streaming services along with any other DLNA render you may be using.


The app comes with very simple to understand, very easy to get addicted, and quickly learnable user interface which is going to help you throughout the time you want to use it. The only reason why you may want to look or alternative is that this free version comes with a limitation.

You can stream and watch pictures or videos of maximum 5 minutes at a time. But, to get complete access, you can always buy the premium or paid version, which is worth every penny. Try this free app and I am sure you will be interested in continuing with the same.

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  • Reply Den July 28, 2015 at 2:15 pm

    Why you haven’t mentioned ArkMC? YouTube free streaming is a great option!

  • Reply Miro April 17, 2016 at 9:27 am

    Exactly what I was looking for.
    Enough (but not toooooo many) choices with enough description of each one.
    Will try some of them …
    Thx, Miro

    • Reply Miro April 17, 2016 at 10:23 am

      My choice is iMediaShare.
      The only one where everything worked immediatelly.

  • Reply dmkumar August 29, 2016 at 10:28 am

    Good features, i tried many, this DLNA one will make me feel best among all.

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