Panasonic TV Media Player

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    Panasonic TV Media Player

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    Just bought your internet connected Panasonic Viera TV or already have one at home? Well, with this app you can unleash the power of your new Panasonic TV.

    Simply download this FREE app and access additional content, currently not available on the Panasonic TV itself as you use your Android to control your Panasonic TV over Wi-Fi.

    Enjoy millions of videos, images, and songs anywhere and share them with your friends. Easily search and find interesting content from many sources, including your mobile device and home network, and watch it on your internet connected Panasonic TV or on your mobile device.

    With the Panasonic TV Media Player, you can do the following:
    • SEARCH - Easily search, find, and browse videos, photos, or music and watch on TV directly from your Android phone.
    • DISCOVER - Discover new and featured videos every day across a number of video topic channels for you to enjoy. Browse channels using easy-to-navigate video carousels.
    • SEND TO TV - Stream music and videos directly to your Panasonic TV or mobile device. No installation needed (except this app).
    • ACCESS MEDIA - Access your photo and social networking accounts to watch on your Panasonic TV.
    • MANAGE PLAYLISTS - Create and Manage playlists of music and enjoy on your mobile or Panasonic TV.

    • Video search
    • Add to favorites
    • View and manage history
    • Watch on TV
    • Create and manage music playlists
    • Sharing
    • Continuous video and music play
    • Upload videos and photos
    • Access to your DLNA Home Media Servers (This feature is an in-app purchase )

    • Search and find your music, photos, and videos from multiple content sources including your Android device, your home network or the Internet.
    • Share via e-mail, Twitter, and Facebook
    Content includes:
    • Video Podcasts
    • YouTube videos
    • Your Music, photos, and videos from your Android device [Android Gallery]
    • SHOUTcast Internet radio
    • Facebook videos and photos from you and your friends
    • Flickr photos
    • Picasa (Web Album) photos
    • Local Media Servers, any DLNA or UPnP AV Media Servers in your home network

    • The “Now Playing” screen provides information about the content that you are watching on your Panasonic TV.
    • Music and Video player controls (i.e. previous, pause, play, next, and volume) appear, depending on the capabilities of your setup.

    • Sign out of ZappoTV.
    • Delete your viewing history.
    • Send application logs to ZappoTV.

    • MyZappoTV > Favorites, lets you access and manage your viewing history.
    • MyZappoTV > History makes it super easy to watch previous viewed photos or videos.

    • Android 2.1 and later versions.
    • ZappoTV account is required.

    We would appreciate if you would report any issues you have with regard to the app at
    When contacting our support team , please provide the app name, your device name and Android OS version used as well as a brief description of the issue.

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    Users review

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    Users comments for Panasonic TV Media Player

    Chris Myatt

    by Chris Myatt

    Jun 18, 2017  |  "Poor"

    Will not close. App keeps running in background.

    A Google user

    by A Google user

    May 21, 2017  |  "Awesome"


    A Google user

    by A Google user

    Mar 09, 2017  |  "Poor"

    It doesn't work

    Barbara Bielawska

    by Barbara Bielawska

    Mar 06, 2017  |  "Awesome"

    Can not complain at all!!! Works perfect with my devices. ?

    A Google user

    by A Google user

    Feb 05, 2017  |  "Awesome"


    Abdula Asanovski

    by Abdula Asanovski

    Feb 04, 2017  |  "Poor"