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[New App] AllCast Receiver Hits Google Play, Lets You Stream Media To Any Android Device Using AllCast

[New App] AllCast Receiver Hits Google Play, Lets You Stream Media To Any Android Device Using AllCast

Koush has certainly been busy since his departure from Cyanogen Inc. After getting AllCast working on the Fire TV with a receiver app, the AllCast Receiver is now in Google Play for use on any Android device. This essentially makes your device a streaming target in AllCast, letting you send media from one device to another.

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AllCast Will Soon Be Able To Stream Audio To A Phone Only While Playing Video On Fire TV

AllCast Will Soon Be Able To Stream Audio To A Phone Only While Playing Video On Fire TV

Koush has been busy since leaving Cyanogen Inc. to spend more time working on his various projects. A new update for AllCast is set to roll out soon with an interesting new feature. Users with a Fire TV will be able to stream video to the TV, but route the audio through the phone only. Why would you want to do this? It's private listening mode.

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[Update: Winners] International Giveaway: We Have 50 Codes For Koush's AllCast Premium, Let's Do This

[Update: Winners] International Giveaway: We Have 50 Codes For Koush's AllCast Premium, Let's Do This

There's no doubt that Chromecast is cool. You know what else is cool? Casting stuff from your phone or tablet to AppleTV, FireTV, Roku, Chromecast, Xbox 360, Xbox One, WDTV, a SmartTV, or other DLNA-certified devices. And that's exactly what Koush's AllCast app does – makes streaming locally-stored and some cloud-stored (Dropbox, Drive, G+, or even a server) media simple and easy.

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Along with beta support for streaming from Google Drive and to FireTV, Koush also recently added another new feature to AllCast: redemption codes to enable premium features.

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AllCast Updated With Beta Support For Casting From Google Drive

AllCast Updated With Beta Support For Casting From Google Drive

All those photos and videos you're saving in Google Drive aren't going to fly through the internet and cast themselves on a TV, are they? Wait, are they? Because if so, I think we have a mystery to solve. Since that's pretty unlikely, it's good that Koush's AllCast app has just been updated with preliminary support for Google Drive.

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AllCast Updated With Chromecast Subtitles, Dropbox Streaming, And More

AllCast Updated With Chromecast Subtitles, Dropbox Streaming, And More

Chromecast apps are popping up almost faster than we can install them, but let's not forget one of the first apps to show us what the Chromecast was capable of doing. Of course, I'm talking about AllCast. Koush's streaming app has been updated with a few goodies, some of which are still listed as 'beta.'

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AllCast Gets New Now Playing Screen, Cover Art For Music And Videos, Lock Screen Controls, And More

AllCast Gets New Now Playing Screen, Cover Art For Music And Videos, Lock Screen Controls, And More

The AllCast updates just keep coming. Each introduces new functionality, but the latest release packs together more new features than most. By combining aesthetic changes with usability improvements, users of this media Chromecasting app are in for quite the treat.

In the left screenshot below, we see a new "now playing" screen. For the initiated, this is the screen that displays while content is streaming to your TV screen. To the right, we see lock screen controls.

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AllCast Updated With DLNA Server Support - Cast Media Stored On A DLNA Server Directly To A Chromecast Using Your Android Device

AllCast Updated With DLNA Server Support - Cast Media Stored On A DLNA Server Directly To A Chromecast Using Your Android Device

AllCast developer Koushik Dutta has added DLNA server support to his media Chromecasting app. Now anyone with AllCast installed can stream media straight from their DLNA servers to a Chromecast device with minimal effort.

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A competing app, LocalCast, recently added the ability to cast network storage files via Samba. The catch was that you had to stream files to your Android device first before sending them out to a Chromecast.

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AllCast Updated With A Completely Revamped UI And Muzei Support

AllCast Updated With A Completely Revamped UI And Muzei Support

Koush's AllCast app does a good job of streaming media to all manner of set top boxes, and of course the Chromecast. However, it hasn't always looked awesome doing it. Well, now it does – the new update comes with a refreshed UI and adds Muzei support for good measure.

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AllCast now has a much improved slide out navigation menu and tabbed browsing of media. The color scheme is nice too.

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AllCast Regains Chromecast Support Less Than A Day After The Release Of The Google Cast SDK

AllCast Regains Chromecast Support Less Than A Day After The Release Of The Google Cast SDK

AllCast pushes locally stored videos and photos to various AirPlay/DLNA connected devices such as Smart TVs, the Xbox 360 (and the Xbox One), Roku boxes, and, originally, the Chromecast. Ultimately, Google released an update that broke AllCast's Chromecast support. But the company finally released the Google Cast SDK yesterday, and then, after getting prodded by a member of the Google Chomecast team to re-add support for Chromecast, Koushik Dutta returned the functionality to his app in supposedly under 20 minutes of work.

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Koush's AllCast Streaming App Is Now Available In Free and Premium Flavors On The Play Store

Koush's AllCast Streaming App Is Now Available In Free and Premium Flavors On The Play Store

We've covered Koushik Dutta's AllCast before: it's an Airplay/DLNA streaming app that lets you stream all the things. Now it's out of beta, and you don't have to jump through any hoops to get it: just head to the Play Store and download that sucker to your cell phone telephone. The free version includes advertising, splash screens, and a 60-second streaming limitation, while the $5 Premium unlock app is unlimited.

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The app is a streamer for any local video or photos on your Android device.

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