In Brief: PlayOn video casting now works for Xbox One

In Brief: PlayOn video casting now works for Xbox One

Las Vegas – 2014 International CES – January 6, 2014– PlayOn, the media server software from MediaMall Technologies that streams your favorite online videos to your TV and mobile devices, will unveil today at the Pepcom Digital Experience show in Las Vegas PlayCast by PlayOn for the Xbox One, which is the first solution to bring Chromecast-like casting functionality to Xbox One users. PlayOn will also be unveiling its new PlayOn browser user interface. The updated PlayOn browser extension gives Roku, Xbox 360, Chromecast*, and now Xbox One users the ability to cast, record, and bookmark high definition online videos from their PC to watch on their TV.

“We have expanded our video casting capabilities from Chromecast, Roku and Xbox 360 devices to now Xbox One. Currently, PlayCast by PlayOn is the only way to cast video from a PC to Xbox One.” We spent the majority of last year listening to our users, building better media experiences with PlayOn and PlayLater and expanding video casting ability to popular devices. We want to continue innovating in 2014 and look forward to rolling out this new PlayOn browser interface to our users.”

In the meanwhile, you can get the PlayOn experience for Chromecast, if only in beta.

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