AllCast App For iOS Lets You Stream Content To Chromecast, Roku, Fire TV, Xbox

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AllCast landed in the App Store to become the ultimate solution when sending photos, music and videos directly to our TV. It is an application that works with a large catalog of set-top box so you do not need to have the Apple TV, but is also compatible with it. AllCast work with Chromecast, Amazon Fire TV, Xbox 360, Xbox One, Roku, WDTV, televisions Smart TV from Samsung, Sony and Panasonic, PS3, PS4 and compatible with DLNA protocol. There are many on the market.

Using Chromecast, Apple TV, Fire TV, Roku or Xbox, it is possible to AllCast send videos and photos from our android our TV since 2013, and will now also be possible from the iPhone or the iPad.

In iTunes the two applications (the mobile and tablet) are already available, although not found the Premium version on android license required to remove the limits of the free version. In iOS you have to pay $ 5 to remove ads and to allow it to be no limit on the video playback time (essential if you want to watch a movie or documentary feature, saved on the phone, in your TV).

AllCast grace is that it does not require configuration to work. DLNA Simply connect the receiver to the same WiFi network iOS device and automatically be able to send multimedia content via streaming. Another interesting addition is that AllCast also import media from other resources such as Google+, Instagram, Dropbox, Google Drive or media servers.

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AllCast is a free application but has advertisements. If you want to remove any banner to annoy you, you can upgrade to the Pro version also removes any limitations as far as video length is concerned.

Here’s the link to present you with AllCast on your iPhone or iPad directly from the App Store, that if, requires iOS 8 for working so all that you continue with iOS 7 doesnt install it on your device:

AllCast for iOS on the App Store to download

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