Allshare TV Cast Alternatives

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Allshare TV Cast

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Allshare TV Cast is an excellent application that allows users to cast and live stream videos from smartphones to Chromecast and DLNA enabled devices. It is an easy and effortless way to get the most out of media stored on smartphones by casting it on big screens… read more
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1. VideoCast for Chromecast

VideoCast for Chromecast is a handy application that enables you to cast media from different websites to connected Chromecast supported devices. You can cast all your videos to the connected TV and also control video playback right from the phone. The app supports almost all types of video formats, including MOV, MKV, and more.

Streamed videos are automatically converted to compatible formats for effective streaming. The app is very straight forward to use and doesn’t need any configuration done for live streaming. It lets you select the bitrate of videos, and can easily be optimized for low bandwidth internet connections.

More About Allshare TV Cast

Allshare TV Cast is an excellent application that allows users to cast and live stream videos from smartphones to Chromecast and DLNA enabled devices. It is an easy and effortless way to get the most out of media stored on smartphones by casting it on big screens. To use this simple app, all devices need to connect to the same WiFi or internet connection.

Users can not only watch movies and videos on big screens but also enjoy Live TV shows on Chromecast or DLNA enables devices. This app is compatible with all types of Chromecast and DLNA enabled devices that provide a convenient way of streaming content on the big screen.

The app allows users to stream favorite videos in HD, 4K, and mp4 resolutions to have fun with family and friends. Allshare TV Cast features multiscreen casting that enables users to stream media on different screens at the same time without doing much.

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