AllCast has introduced a great new Chrome app to join their excellent media-beaming app on mobile. AllCast Receiver for Chrome allows users to share audio, video, and live mirroring from mobile to your Chrome browser on desktop and elsewhere. Though it's not ready yet, a sender is in the works so you can shunt content from the Chrome browser to other screens as well.

AllCast was originally on Fire TV and found its way into Google Play shortly after. AllCast is quickly becoming a popular way of shooting your content out to big screens in a way that plays nice with and expands how you use Chromecast.

The mobile version of AllCast requires an update for it to work, but you can already head over to the Chrome store to get things installed.

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Koush releases AllCast Receiver app for Chrome

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I'm sorry, is this compatible with chromecast? I must have missed that. I've been waiting for this!

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I debated whether or not to get a Chromebox for my new TV today. I decided against it, but now that we're here... and he said the Sender is coming soon. Ah, I may have just been sold.

I've had much more success with Avia also. Allcast had problems when switching apps and returning to allcast while casting

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This a great app for local music on my phone but it always seems to restart the track half way through...

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I'm confused. "AllCast has introduced a great new Chrome app to join their excellent media-beaming app on mobile"

Their? I thought AllCast was Koush. As in "that dude Koushik". That one, single, individual dude. Did he undergo mitosis? Somebody managed to clone him? What did I miss?