AllCast was one of the first applications to have issues with the Chromecast. Google is not allowing local media to be casted yet, but this is not delaying ClockWorkMod’s Koushik Dutta. The app has been released in the Google Play Store and is now available for everyone!

Of course, the app does not support Chromecast yet, but Koush is hoping Google will change its rules soon and allow us to stream our content via Chromecast. Meanwhile, you can test it with a plethora of other devices.

AllCast supported devices

  • Roku
  • Apple TV
  • Xbox 360, Xbox One
  • Samsung Smart TVs
  • Panasonic Smart TVs
  • Google TV (Logitech Revue, etc)
  • DLNA Renderers
  • Chromecast will be supported when Google allows it!

There are two versions available – a free one and a premium one. The premium upgrade will run for $5, which gets rid of advertisements, splash screens and video length limits. Not a bad deal for $5, especially once Chromecast is supported!

You must have the AllCast app. The Premium version is just the upgrade, so make sure you download the main one first. With that said, let’s hope Chromecast is supported soon! For now, we can enjoy this app with other devices.

[via Phandroid]