June 19, 2012
-- Videon Central, Inc. announced today that their media playing and sharing application for Android devices, aVia, will be made available in Japanese. The Japanese language version boasts the same great features as the newly released aVia 4.0, such as additional video codec support, grid or list viewing options, and StubHub! integration to allow for ticket purchases based on musicians performing in the selected US locations. The Japanese version of aVia 4.0 will be available for $1.25(99JPY)
“Videon is thrilled to be expanding aVia by adding additional language support for our customers around the world. We’re looking forward to adding more language options in the near future to continue to accommodate our users worldwide.” – Mike Daulerio, V.P. Business Development, Videon Central, Inc.
aVia continues to help users better manage their personal media. The user interface is very intuitive allowing for easy media management. Fling continues to be a favorite feature among users by giving users the convenience of sharing media between compatible devices. The Japanese version is available for download in Google Play (formerly Android Market) for $1.25(99JPY)
in Japan. Also, check out aVia as a featured application for GoogleTV and Sony Select in the US. For more details on aVia, please visit, http://www.aviatheapp.com