It is known that Nexus 7 lacks a few features such as the absence of a rear camera and the lack of a HDMI or MHL video output. In order to watch movies on the Google Tablet, you can use the Nexus Q, load the movies through the USB port or stream content from Google Play or Youtube.
A free app available from Google play could solve some problems – Wi-Fi Media. The app allows Android devices such as Nexus 7 to play movies, music and be present on any screen with the help of any Cavium PureVu compatible streamer, like HTC’s Media Link HD that costs $90. It seems the app doesn’t mirror your screen so you are limited on playing content from the Nexus tablet via DLNA so that means no YouTube, Netflix or anything similar. Also the doesn’t support normal file types such as AVI for example.
Other features that the Wi-Fi Media incorporates include the ability of login to Facebook and Picasa and stream images from these accounts and…this is basically it. Check the video bellow for a hands-on video in what concerns this app.
Via : Engadget