webOS as it stands today is lacking in many areas. Some are important, others not so, though that's really a judgement call for each user, though that's a judgement call that needs to be made with every OS, even our most beloved one. Many platforms support sharing of media over a local network or to a properly-equipped TV set, however webOS has never supported any such feature. Until now. In swoops Zap Photoshare by small indie developer Hominid Software. The app doesn't add any significant features to webOS like DLNA streaming, however it does do many very neat things we've never really seen on webOS.
For all intents and purposes, Zap Photoshare is a local network photo sharing app. We imagine the developer could add in support for video and audio playback but the app does specifically have the word photo in its name, so it's not like the app is actually missing any functionality. It's meant to share your photos across your networked devices, and that it does do.
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