If you want to try the new MB3 Server and MB3 Classic (Media Center-based) client, they both just wen Public Beta status. Get them while they’re hot!
I’ve been wanting an Android-based media player for some time, but never had much reason to go for it since I was so reliant on Media Center and Windows due to MediaBrowser. However, with the progress of MediaBrowser 3 and the existence of an Android-based MB3 client, I finally had reason to go ahead and splurge.
I’ve had an earlier look at it, but the official beta testing for the MediaBrowser 3 Classic client started today. Based upon the current MediaBrowser plugin for Windows Media Center, the Classic client will provide a very familiar experience, while incorporating the power of the new MediaBrowser Server. There’s not much visually different from the current MediaBrowser plugin, but continue on for a few teaser images anyway.