Over the months, Koush from the CyanogenMod team has constantly teased us about AllCast – an app that would allow Android users to stream content from their device to just about any TV connected device. This includes Roku, Apple TV, Xbox 360, Google TVs and other such devices.
Today, Koush has officially released AllCast on the Play Store under the Beta tag. Since the program is in beta, readers will need to join this Google+ community before they can download the app from the Play Store. AllCast does not require root access to work, and can stream content to virtually any device connected to your TV.
Below is the list of supported device on the app description page -:
* Apple TV
* Xbox 360, Xbox One
* Samsung Smart TVs
* Panasonic Smart TVs
* Google TV (Logitech Revue, etc)
* DLNA Renderers
The only notable omission from the above list is the Google Chromecast, but I am pretty sure support for the device will be added once the final SDK of this HDMI media streamer is released.
The app has a pretty barebones UI, but ultimately it gets the job done just fine. AllCast might not work perfectly with all the Android devices, so do make sure to drop in your issues with the app on the Google+ community so that the developer can look into it.