How do cord cutters take all their media on the go? One solution is the Miro video player, which just came out with a new version that supports syncing with Android phones. Check it out in this week’s Cord Cutters quick tip:
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|Watch Hulu on your PS3 with ORB BR|
|Turn your Roku into a DVR|
|The Peel + your iPhone = universal remote|
|How to optimize your Netflix streaming|
|EyeTV: A DVR for Your Laptops|
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Show notes for this episode:
- Miro 4 can be downloaded for free from the Miro web site, and it’s available for OS X, Windows and Linux.
- The makers of Miro are also behind the Miro Video Converter, which we showcased in a recent episode of Cord Cutters.
- Want to just browse the Miro podcast directory without downloading the software? Here you go.
Which software do you use to sync media with your Android phone? Let us know in the comments, get in touch with us on Twitter (@cordcutters) or email us at cordcutters @ gigaom.com.