What I’m Testing Now: Three apps to send media from Android to AppleTV

Unfortunately, none of them worked.  DoubleTwist, Twonky Mobile and iMediaShare all promise to send video, audio and pictures from Android devices to Airplay devices such as the AppleTV.  My not-as-yet-overloaded 15 device wifi network usually has no problem sending video from my iPad to the AppleTV, or streaming 1080p to my GoogleTV (Logitech Revue) from phone or desktop, but this time it just didn’t work.  It is probably related to phone hardware or firmware.  Time to flash a new rom.
Anyone care to try? All three apps are available in the Android Market. All three are free for slightly limited trial use. 

What I’m Testing Now: mysms

mysms is a great app/webservice that uses cloud storage to let you text from Android, iOS (iPhone, iPad), Windows, Mac OS, and even through the website.  I opted for the Chrome extension that is really just a bookmark with a nice button, but all versions provide a unified experience.  Install one copy on your phone, and log in from any other and you’re in business texting from your new iPad or from a browser on a borrowed computer.  The only catch is that your phone needs to be on, and connected to the Internet.  For someone worried about carrying their brand new iPhone 4S to school, but who wants to get that important SMS, this is the service.

Free, as are most of the services I use:  mysms