Pure Stream hands-on and pictures
Last week Pure announced Pure Stream, which allows the user to wirelessly play music and radio via their Android Smartphone, iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad on a growing range of Pure devices and CDW was there to get a demo.
Pure Stream is the convenient way of sending music wirelessly from a personal device and enjoying it in high quality audio through selected Pure wireless music and radio systems including One Flow and the new Sensia 200D Connect.
Pure Stream is based on DLNA and is Pure’s answer to Apple’s AirPlay.
Pure Stream is coming soon to Contour 200i Air through a software update and new products will be added to the range in the following months.
Accessed via the free Pure Lounge Android or iPhone App, Pure Stream allows users to stream unlimited music via Pure Music, music stored on their personal device and a world of internet radio and on-demand content (podcasts, listen again programmes and ambient sounds).
Pure Music is Pure’s cloud-based on demand music service and is available to users in the UK for a monthly subscription of £4.99, with an international roll out to follow during 2012.
Having seen (and heard) how it works, we were very impressed and look forward to playing with it some more (expect a proper review of it shortly).
Pure Stream is available now using the Pure Lounge app for the Android from Google Play and will be available shortly for the iPhone and iPad (it’s just going through Apple’s approval process), and is free to users. For more information, please visit www.pure.com.
Here are some screenshots of the app itself:
Have you tried it out yet? If so, let us know by leaving a comment below.