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PlugPlayer's a pretty decent DLNA client, pretty cheap and available on iPhone. Jailbreaking is not illegal, and there are more reasons to do it than stealing paid apps, and by the way, Cydia is full of paid for apps these days. Jailbroken apps can do things not allowed in the stock iOS, like using undocumented APIs, 3rd party system libraries and getting direct access to the data on your phone (+ the security risks therein). e.g. more direct access to your music and it's data.allowed Instinctiv player (a fantastic intelligent shuffling music player) to be developed (they've now moved it to Android to avoid the need to jailbreak to get around Apple's restrictions. Another use would be enabling an iPhone as a DLNA server, allowing another DLNA device to control it remotely, or stream music from it. Which would mean I didn't need an Apple version of every device alongside my perfetly good non Apple device!

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