Is there a DLNA compatible media player app available for Android?
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UPnPlay is an Alpha release and apparently still a bit glitchy, but still some positive reviews.
A similar question exists on stackoverflow https://stackoverflow.com/questions/3682430/android-developing-plugins-for-media-sharing (For which I gave the info I was aware of)
All Share is an app on samsung phones that plays & downloads DLNA media from a DLNA server. All Share can also be used to play files of the phone onto a DLNA device, or stream files from a DLNA server via the phone then play back on a 3rd DLNA device.
I've looked into 2player and it seems to work well (not great thou).
You can use Skifta. It will play files from DLNA server in any player installed on your device. Also it can be a media server and controller. The description says the app is DLNA Certified.
uPNP works perfectly for me for streaming. I use the stock video / Mobo video alongside that and have been able to stream anything I've put on my server.
For this purpose I've used Sklift and some other DLNA apps.But Now I'm using ArkMC because it let me to stream photos and 1080p videos Flawlessly.