App Of The Day: AllCast – Streaming To Your TV Is A Breeze

AllCast — Send photos, music, and videos to your TVFreeThere are numerous ways to connect your TV to the internet whether it’s built in connectivity, or an attached set-top box. Your iPhone has all kinds of content to share whether it’s photos, videos, or music. If you’re looking for a way to combine your TV, and iPhone, then AllCast is definitely for you. If you have an Apple TV, you can use AirPlay from your iPhone to Apple TV to display content on your TV. AllCast works with the Apple TV, but it’s main focus is on connectivity to ChromeCast, Amazon Fire TV, Xbox One, Roku, Samsung, Sony and Panasonic Smart TVs, and other DLNA compatible devices.
AllCast works with the Apple TV as well, and no matter what your set-up, it makes it easy to connect your iPhone to your TV. You simply launch the app, tap on what you want to share, and then pick the device that you want to share to. In an instant your iPhone content is displaying on your TV through your compatible TV, or connected device. You can play your music while flipping through a photo slideshow, or display the videos recorded from the iPhone’s built-in camera. AllCast can also connect to Dropbox, Instagram and any media servers you have set-up. Everything is all just a tap away to not only offer a valuable utility in displaying your content on your TV, but making it super accessible for anyone to be able to do. The app does all of the backend connection to reduce it down to a tap on the connected device that appears on screen. There’s also a premium option which removes ads, splash screens, and video length limits.

AllCast (Free, Universal) is a great way to share your iPhone multimedia to your TV in a streamlined, and easy to use package.

Free, Universal

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