Chromecast Streaming Android Apps

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Google Chromecast

Google Chromecast connects your tablet or smart phone to your TV. What if you want to watch or listen you can capture everythings! Check my favorite chromecast apps on android.



AllCast lets you send photos, music, and videos on your Android to your TV!
AllCast lets you cast to: Chromecast;  Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV,  Xbox 360,  Xbox One, Roku WDTV, Samsung, Sony and Panasonic Smart TVs, Other DLNA Renderers.
Free version 5 minute viewing limit on pictures and videos. Upgrade Price: 4.99$

Avia Media Player


It’s been almost a year since Avia’s Chromecast release. Chromecast has been a success for Avia, to say the least. To add to the sweetness, we’re now supporting casting to Apple TV, Roku and WebOS devices along with an updated UI, icons and themes. Avia 7.2 also offers overall stability improvements. Here are the features of 7.2:

Updated user interface with simpler navigation and smoother response,
New icons throughout the app,
Casting to Apple TV
Casting to Roku devices (need to install Avia for Roku),
Casting to WebOS enabled TVs,
Improved stability and support for the latest,
Google Chromecast software,
Full playback control from your phone or tablet,
Music album artwork and artist images displayed on your TV. Upgrade Price: 4.99$

Juice for Chromecast (Free to Try)


Send photos, music, and videos stored on your Android device.
Supports closed captioning on video files (SRT, VTT)
Send media from the internet to your Chromecast using the Share feature, Send individual photos or send a complete slide show
Send individual songs, entire albums, or playlists to your Chromecast (songs can be shuffled)

Will automatically rotate photos and videos as needed including videos taken in portrait mode. Background Juice service will continue to serve media files to your Chromecast while you use other Android apps. Upgrade Price: 2.99$

LocalCast (Free)


Cast/Stream videos, music or pictures.
From your phone or tablet, NAS (DLNA/UPnP or Samba), Google Drive, Google+, Dropbox or a webpage to Chromecast, Nexus Player, AppleTV, SmartTV, Sonos, Xbox 360, Xbox One or other DLNA Devices.