Infuse 3.3 has arrived, and with it brings a whole host of under-the-hood improvements and features to make life better than ever before.
Infuse 3.2 with Google CastFeb 10, 2015
Dust off your Chromecast or Nexus Player - Google Cast streaming has arrived! With Google Cast, you can stream your favorite content from your iPhone or iPad to any TV that has a Cast device attached.
Keep in mind this is a beta feature, and while we work to perfect the Google Cast experience, we wanted to let you join in the fun. Plus, if you have time to share your feedback it will assist us greatly in making Infuse even better! Google Cast (beta) is available to Infuse Pro users.
Introducing aTV Flash (xbmc edition)Jan 27, 2015
Introducing an all-new platform for running the latest XBMC version 13.2 (Gotham) on the original (silver) Apple TV - including support for the latest video add-ons, 1080p video, and more!
aTV Flash (xbmc edition) is finely tuned, optimized for speed, and provides a complete replacement for the standard Apple TV software.
How does it work?
Infuse 3.1 with Trakt SyncJan 01, 2015
We're excited to announce the release of Infuse 3.1 which includes an all-new way to sync using trakt. Pro users can now sync watched history, and playback progress across multiple devices! Start watching a movie on your iPhone while riding home on the train, and pick up your iPad later at home to finish it. Infuse will automatically keep track of exactly where you left off.
Infuse 3.0.2 - Hi10P Video and FixesNov 16, 2014
Anime fans rejoice!
Infuse now features improved decoding of Hi10P (H.264 High 10 Profile) videos for better playback on recent iOS devices (iPhone 5s, iPad Air, iPad mini 2, and newer). This change also requires iOS 8.
Infuse 3.0.1 - A Few FixesNov 02, 2014
The response to Infuse 3 has been simply amazing, and today we've got a quick bug fix release that addresses a handful of minor issues that have come up.
The most noticeable change in this version relates to how past Pro purchases are handled. Pro features from Infuse 2 are transferred automatically when upgrading to Infuse 3, but soon after the release it was clear we didn't do a great job of indicating this within the app. 3.0.1 does this much more effectively, in an effort to avoid any further confusion.
Also included are a number of behind the scenes improvements to help keep everything running smoothly.
Infuse 3 Has Arrived...With DTS!Oct 21, 2014
We've been pretty busy over the past few months working on Infuse 3, and we're super-excited that we are able to share it with you today.
Simply put, Infuse 3 is a massive update. It's been fully optimized for iOS 8, iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus and adds a bunch of amazing new things including DTS-HD® audio, mophie space pack access, AirStash® streaming, an all-new dark mode, and a host of other niceties that make the whole Infuse experience just that much better.
Critical Update: Infuse & TMDBMay 28, 2014
Recently TMDb (the service we use for movie info and artwork) made a few changes to their API. These changes are relatively minor, and will not affect how Infuse works, but they did require us to make a few small adjustments in the way Infuse accesses their service.
Infuse 2.3: Now Streaming Plex + XBMCMay 01, 2014
We’ve been hard at work over the past 2 months, and are proud to announce the release of Infuse 2.3 - one of our biggest updates ever!
What’s new in 2.3
Stream from Plex, XBMC, and more!
Connect with apps like Plex, XBMC, WMC, PS3 Media Server, and other UPnP/DLNA servers to browse, stream, and download movies and TV shows right on your iPhone or iPad.
New Goodies in Infuse 2.2.2Mar 05, 2014
Over the past few weeks we've received a ton of awesome feedback from our amazing users, and today we're happy to announce much of that has turned into some great new features which are part of Infuse 2.2.2. Here's the scoop on what's new.
Import subtitles from other apps
Now in addition to syncing your own subtitles, or streaming them from another device you can import them into Infuse from emails, Dropbox, Skydrive, and pretty much any other file sharing app. It doesn't stop there. Infuse will let you select which subtitle goes with which video...so there are no special file naming requirements to worry about.