Dropbox, for those unfamiliar, is a cloud storage company that allows you to access files from almost any device you are using. You can now add Xbox One as another capable device. So, are we expected to be doing Office documents on our Xbox One's now? Not at all - and the folks behind Dropbox know you won't either. So, what can we do with Dropbox on console? From the home console you will be able to upload screenshots and pictures taken from your Kinect directly to your Dropbox. Video files that are in your Dropbox can stream directly to ... Read More »
VideoLAN's famed media player VLC player has been on Xbox One for a short amount of time and is starting to change they way you watch videos on Xbox One. VLC 3.0 is set to release on November 30th for it's main platform but will be coming to Xbox One shortly after. The newest feature of the 3.0 will be the ability to watch 360 degree videos and photos. Spherical images are also going to be supported which is the next step towards a full VR video player on the home console. VLC is already one of our top choices ... Read More »
VLC has been among one of the most versatile and user friendly media players to use on Windows PC's. Xbox One may be next to receive VLC as it has now is UWP and has been placed on the Windows Store. The announcement was made by VLC's developer Hugo Beauzée-Luyssen on Twitter yesterday. https://twitter.com/beauzeh/status/783057628364668928 The UWP version of VLC notably supports UPnP and network shares browsing, support for HTTPS and adaptive streaming, hardware decoding, and numerous codecs, making it the ideal client for a big-screen device such as the Xbox One connected to your flat screen. We are really excited as ... Read More »
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