AllCast Lands on iOS With Streaming Media Assistance for Apple TV, Roku, Xbox, and Fire TV

The preferred Android-only AllCast media streaming application has now made its way to the iOS App Store. The app allows users to stream media to a variety of wise TVs and standalone set-top devices such as the Apple TV, Roku, Xbox, and Fire TV.

The app uses DLNA to stream media and calls for just minimal configuration just before users can stream to any kind of media device on the exact same cordless network as their iPhone or iPad. The arrangement differs with each device– Xbox 360 proprietors must allow the “Play To” alternative in the settings, while Fire TV proprietors must install the AllCast application for the Fire TV. Once set up, users can open the AllCast app for iOS, choose their media, and select the connected streaming media device to begin playback.

AllCast is similar to Apple’s AirPlay technology, an Apple-developed streaming system that enables Apple proprietors to wirelessly stream material on their iOS devices and Macs to their HDTVs and speakers. Unlike AllCast, AirPlay additionally supports mirroring that utilizes an Apple TV to display a Mac or iOS device display on an HDTV.

The AllCast application is available free of cost in the iOS App Store and works with both the iPhone and iPad. A $$ 4.99 in-app investment unlocks a costs version that eliminates all ads and enables the playback of longer video streams. [Direct Link]feedflare”>

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