Easily Beam Media from Android to Google Chrome with the new AllCast Receiver for Chrome

Easily Beam Media from Android to Google Chrome with the new AllCast Receiver for Chrome

May 28, 2014

AllCast, the app for beaming local and cloud-based content to devices with various streaming protocols, now makes it easy to stream to PCs with Chrome with the new AllCast Receiver app for Chrome, after its initial Android release. By downloading it from the Chrome Web Store, now the AllCast Android app can beam media to any Chrome-compatible computer, with support for DLNA servers, Google Drive, and Dropbox stored media.

Get AllCast Receiver for Chrome here.

Get AllCast for free from Google Play.

Via: Android Police

AllCast Receiver from ClockworkMod Now Available, Can Turn Any Android Device into a Media Streaming Box

AllCast Receiver from ClockworkMod Now Available, Can Turn Any Android Device into a Media Streaming Box

May 19, 2014

Koushik Dutta of ClockworkMod has released his latest nifty Android tool: AirCast Receiver. This turns any Android device into a receiver for the AirCast app, which lets users beam media from their device, Google Drive, Dropbox, or a local media server to a variety of streaming protocols. This now lets any Android device, such as a device with TV output, microconsole, or TV stick become an AllCast receiver. The Receiver app is free: AllCast‘s base app is free, and AllCast Premium runs for $4.99.