Yes! I completely agree! and I suggest the same for Nvidia Shield. Some days ago in this forum I ask why firecore still with Apple ONLY, has no sense to me because ATV is not the most popular, and like everybody knows ATV have a lot of restrictions and hardware limitations. ATV is made it for the “world of Apple” ONLY (Apple eco-system) and is just an Apple standard. Firecore /Infuse is one of the best players that I never seen but, needs to fight all the time with Apple limitations.
I hope James aks this tread. I like to know if they have in mind work with other platforms.
In november I’m going to leave at side my ATV4 and I going for the new Roku or the new Nvidia Shield.
BTW Nvidia Shield comes with Kodi, Plex and many ways to stream from a server, nas or dlna.
I was on plex and I liked infuse better than it. I really wish it should go out of serving just apple base customers though. But I am not certain about it being done in a near future. Heck, I don’t even know if it’s ever going to happen.
I have and love Infuse, but a few months ago I bought a new TCL Roku TV, and really liked the interface and small, simple remote that literally controls everything. I even have a Harmony hub and remote, and I hardly ever touch the remote anymore, I just use the hub for voice commands. I then installed PLEX on my desktop PC. Now, I almost never use my Apple TV, and I’ve been using PLEX instead of infuse. I know, how hard is it to grab my ATV remote? I do like that Infuse doesn’t need my PC running to work (all my files are on an older non-PLEX WD MyCloud), and I do feel that the infuse interface is nicer than PLEX, but it’s just so nice not having to switch inputs or remotes. As Roku keeps gaining market share of TVs and streaming devices, and as even Apple is embracing the platform with the upcoming Apple TV+ service later this year, I wonder if Firecore is missing the future by not embracing Roku?