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May 19, 2014

Android-to-Android Streaming Made Simple With New AllCast Receiver App

by John_A


AllCast Receiver 2+A secondary app to AllCast by developer Koushik Dutta, ClockworkMod, has been released to the Play Store today. The new app, AllCast, Receiver is more of a companion app vs a standalone app. You do need to have the original AllCast app installed on your casting device to utilize it. In a nutshell, AllCast Receiver allows you to cast your videos, photos and music from one Android device to another. For instance, share a movie from your phone directly to your tablet for streaming.

AllCast RecieverAs the apps description also points out, it would be a great app to install on your Amazon Fire TV, Ouya, Android Stick or a Google TV. The app is free, but you do need the base AllCast app installed on your casting device in order to ship the content out. The AllCast app is free to try, but has limitations until you get the premium license. Well worth the money of you have a Chromecast and now even more worth the money if you have a tablet, Google TV, Amazon Fire TV or other Android based devices. Pick up the AllCast Receiver app via the Play Store and give it a whirl.



Get it on Google Play

via Phandroid


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