Tech Tips for Non-Tech People!

Data Doctors Tech Tips | Ken Colburn & Brandon Disney
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Original Air Date: Jan 28, 2015


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Streaming media boxes are becoming a common sight in many of our homes these days.

With options like Apple TV, Roku, Chromecast, Amazon Fire TV and even Xbox, the options are many to stream content to our HD TVs.

If you have an Apple TV and an iPhone, you can push whatever’s on your phone onto your TV.

The same holds true if you have an Android phone and a Chromecast, but if your household or your circle of friends have a mix of both, you may want to checkout the Allcast app.

Allcast can connect your iPhone or Android phone to a long list of streaming boxes and smart TVs so you can stream from your phone to just about any popular device.

The free version of the app lets you get a taste of how it works, but limits your viewing time to 5 minutes. If you find it useful, you can get the upgrade to the pro version that removes the limitation for $5.

Search for Allcast in the Apple App Store or Google Play to give it a try.