If your TV is connected to the Internet via a home network router, then you can display an image on it from your iPhone. I recently talked about the Rocket Video Cast app. It could be used to stream video to a TV or other Chromecast device. So, today I will tell you about a free analogue of this application that uses the DLNA protocol – Belkin MediaPlay. Here, no additional devices are required except for a modern TV. You can download this application for iPhone and iPad absolutely free. After downloading the application, open the home screen. Here we see the most popular services. Above – find the settings. Here you can select the quality of content display, permission or refusal to view movies, music and photos from your device on other devices and help in setting up the application. On the side, we will find the video settings. Here you can turn up and turn down the volume, play a preview, and, of course, send the video to the TV. The very transfer of content to the TV takes place after pressing the “Beam” button. The browser itself contains all the features that the usual one: there are tabs, a history and a start screen with the most visited sites. It is possible to send objects from the phone memory to the TV in the same way as online video. This feature is implemented thanks to the built-in file manager. Well, compared to the same Rocket Video Cast, the app is free, but it has many drawbacks. First, the old, skeuomorphic design. Yes, this is a matter of taste, but I am sure that many will not like it. But even this is not the main problem of the application. The main thing is the lack of updates, for example, this application does not support 64 bit. However, if you don't feel like paying a lot, then you can consider this application.