The software allows you to stream online or locally-stored content such as photos, music and videos to your Apple TV, Roku and a number of other set-top boxes and DLNA-compatible devices, including Amazon’s Fire TV, Sony’s PlayStation console, Microsoft’s Xbox and more.
Moreover, the app supports popular online content sources such as Instagram for photos, as well as Dropbox, Google+ and Google Drive, and is compatible with smart TV brands from Samsung, Sony and Panasonic.
The Android edition of AllCast exited beta last month. Unlike mirroring to the Apple TV, AllCast’s key appeal is the breadth of devices and services it supports right out of the box.
Featuring zero-setup configuration, AllCast lets you stream your media to the Chromecast, Apple TV, Fire TV, Xbox 360, Xbox One, Roku and WDTV devices, as well as to other DLNA-compatible receivers, smart TVs from Samsung, Sony and Panasonic and even to Chrome.
The ad-supported app can be upgrade to a Pro version through a one-time $5 In-App Purchase which removes advertising and removes all the restrictions.
The 17.8-megabyte universal app requires an iPhone, iPod touch or iPad with iOS 8.0 or later and is optimized for the iPhone 5, iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus screen sizes.