AllCast updated with Chromecast support

AllCast updated with Chromecast support

Koushik Dutta has rolled out an updated release of his popular and handy app AllCast. As we expected would ultimately happen, his new version offer support with the Chromecast’s SDK. In essence, this app lets you cast pictures and video to “all the things“, or pretty much every type of device you can imagine. The free version of the app provides for up to 1 minute clips while the $5 version allows for unlimited streaming.

Note that you do need to have the latest version of Google Play Services (4.2) installed before this works properly. If you’re the impatient type you can force the installation yourself.

For a list of additional apps that work well with Chromecast, refer to our growing collection!

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