So far in my experience with the Droid, it really does do everything, however, a friend of mine just got an iPhone 4 and was bragging about how much better it was because he could connect to a remote DLNA server. He was using an app called Media Link Player Lite to flawlessly connect to my TVersity media server over 3G, and play the files sequentially.
So far, all of the UPnP apps I have found like AndroMote only work on the local network, I even tried some other app from the market that I paid 100 yen for, but I refunded it immediately afterward, as it was too limited to local networks.
Right now the only method of connecting to my server is through the browser. If I go to the regular media library it's a simple directory listing, so I can get a list of files but I can only click one link at once which only loads one song into the media player. I can go to the flash library because I have 2.2 but the way tversity's flash applet works it is nearly impossible to navigate with a touch screen.
Has anyone found an app that will simply connect to a DLNA/UPnP server like TVersity and play files? If not has anyone found any work arounds to get TVersity to work with the Droid?
Thanks in advance for your replies.