Tuesday, April 28, 2015 – Raanana, Israel – KooRaRoo, a leading name in media device support, has announced the release of its new and updated software as well as their redesigned website. Their new software product, a wireless media server, is an innovative design which is to be installed on your home PC and connects your PC and TV. Without wires, this product is based on DLNA technology which is very common on smart TVs, blu-ray players, and game consoles. The DLNA server is considered to be the best media server for its easy use and installation. Being wireless, the hassle and tangle is absent and creates a much smoother experience for your computer.

Other reasons why KooRaRoo Media DLNA server is becoming the number one server is its modern, resizable graphical user interface that helps users to configure just the way they like it. Unlike many DLNA solutions, KooRaRoo works out-of-the-box straight after installation with all default choices and customers can just use it as-is or can completely customize it to suit their personal needs and taste.

In addition to all of KooRaRoo’s innovative features, support and maintenance is a plus. KooRaRoo states “our support is prompt and professional in replying to any queries you may have. We have years o experience working with DLNA devices and we have many devices in-house for testing.”


KooRaRoo Media is developed, marketed, and supported by Shv-Tal Ltd., a corporation committed to designing cutting-edge software. Shv-Tal’s belief is that “we strongly believe in the concept that intelligent software must be small and intuitive and give the user freedom to customize the product to their needs.”

For more information regarding KooRaRoo or Shy-Tal Ltd., you can visit them online at www.kooraroo.com. You can also send an email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for more info as well as visit their support page.


Dean Shaw – Software Manager

P.O. Box 4185

Raanana, Israel 43654

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