The following are devices that can automatically be identified by TVersity Media Server and Screen Server and have been tested to work:
Apple iPhone / iPad / iPod Touch (via Safari)
Android devices with WEBM support (via Android’s web browser or Chrome)
The Xbox 360 and Xbox one
The Sony Playstation 3 (PS3) and Playstation 4 (PS4)
The Nintendo Wii (via Opera browser and Flash so only half SD video quality is possible)
Sony Bravia smart TVs (via DLNA)
Samsung smart TVs (via DLNA)
The Sony PSP (firmware 2.6 or higher) via its built-in web browser or RSS reader
Computers and laptops on any operating system (via a web browser, for best experience please use Chrome)
Additional Smart TVs and Blu-ray players (too many models to test but many work without issues, others are only partially supported)
TVersity Media Server and Screen Server also support many legacy devices (Digital Media Renderers like DLink DSM family of devices and others) that are too old to mention but are listed in the device list section of the GUI
More broadly speaking TVersity Media Server and Screen Server support the following families of devices and applications:
UPnP / DLNA Devices - Devices supporting the UPnP AV / DLNA standard (which is the de-facto standard for connecitivity between devices in the digital home). This includes devices like networked TVs, DVDs, Stereo Receivers, Digital Media Adapters/Receivers, Mobile Phones, Satellite and Cable set-top-boxes and more.
Web enabled Devices - Devices with a web browser (XHTML-MP or WAP 2.0) and media streaming or downloading capabilities like Mobile Phones, PDAs, the Sony PSP, and more.
RSS / Podcasts enabled Devices - Devices with an RSS reader that can handle enclosed media and either stream or download it, like the Sony PSP, iTunes/iPod and more.
Adobe Flash enabled Devices - Devices with Adboe Flash 7 or higher like the Sony Playstation 3 and the Nintendo Wii.
Windows Media Center hosted HTML - Devices and computers supporting Microsoft Windows Media Center hosted HTML or other compatible software, such as Active-TV enabled PCs and the Active-TV compliant variant of the DLink DSM 520.