TV Cast for Chromecast
Video & TV Cast is the TOP Browser App for video streaming with 10,000,000 users on Android + iOS
Upgrade your Chromecast Player to watch webvideos, online movies, IPTV, livestreams and live-tv shows directly on your biggest screen with the no#1 web video streamer. Mp4, m3u8, hls livestreams, video over https and of course Full HD are supported.
*** This app only works with Google Chromecast 1+2+Ultra and Google Cast / Android TV powered device ***
With Video & TV Cast you can browse through the web and stream or cast the World Cup or any video you want on your Chromecast Player. Just navigate to your favorite website and send the embedded video with a single tap to your Chromecast. The discovered video will be shown below the browser. A tap on the video link will send it to your Chromecast Player immediately.
>>> IMPORTANT NOTES, PLEASE READ
* NOT SUPPORTED Videos: Flash video, Google Play movies, Netflix, Amazon and HBO and other DRM protected videos web-videos, online-movies, IPTV, livestreams and live-tv shows.
* Please test your websites and videos in the free edition! If casting fails, upgrading will NOT make it work magically.
* The app does NOT mirror your full Android device, it just pushes the video part of a website to your Chromecast.
* To play mp4, m3u8 or other videofiles directly on Chromecast just enter or paste the full video-url in the browser address bar.
* Sometimes it is necessary to play the video on your Android device before the link gets detected for casting.
* If the connection does not work, please try to restart your Android device, Chromecast and wifi router.
* If a specific web-video, online-movie, IPTV, livestream or live-tv show does not cast, please check our FAQ or send the website and video link to [email protected] by using the report feature in the app. We will try to add support for your video as soon as possible. Leaving negative Play Store reviews without any information about your issue will not give us a chance to help you.
* Security Note: For your safety Video & TV cast only needs minimal Android permissions to work. Unlike others we do NOT access your identity data, accounts, device id, phone status, gps location or contacts. Please always check the required app permissions before you trust and install any Android app.
* Refunds: Only within 24 hours after purchase. Please submit the Google Purchase ID.
>>> QUICK START GUIDE
1) Wait some seconds until the red icon in the menu bar changes to a filled white icon. If your Chromecast is not found, please restart the app.
2) Google your favorite video (e.g. on youtube) or enter the video-url directly in the browser address bar by tapping on the pen icon in the menu bar.
3) Wait some seconds until the video link (mp4, m3u8, etc.) is shown below the browser. If "No videolink found to cast" stays, please play the video locally in the browser first and open it in fullscreen mode, then wait some seconds.
4) After the link is detected tap on "Tap here to cast" below the browser and casting will start. To stop casting, please tap on the cast icon in the menu bar.
5) Enjoy your web-video, online-movie, IPTV, livestream or live-tv show and share our app on Twitter or Facebook :)
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If you have suggestions or discover any problems with Video & TV Cast, please let us know at [email protected] We will help you as soon as we can.
If you like the app, please support us by giving a 5-star rating on Google Play or purchasing one of the addons. Thank you for all your support.
Disclaimer: This app is not affiliated with Google or any other trademark mentioned here.
Castio - great choice if you want to play web video on the Google Chromecast media player that is connected to your TV. Just a few clicks, and you'll be able to watch videos from webpages on the big screen.
Send videos of any length - from favorite movie trailers to shows lasting several hours. Add videos from different websites to playback queue in any quantity or order. Castio makes watching web videos easier. You don't need to install additional apps to Chromecast or wade through manuals many pages long.
- Easy connection to Chromecast;
- List of videos found on webpage;
- Video info;
- Adding and removing videos from playback queue;
- Playback control.
User can subscribe for unlimited access to Premium features. Subscribed users have unlimited use of Playback Control, Queue without in-app interstitial ads and banner.
This app includes an optional auto-renewable subscription: 1 week with a 3-days free trial period. Subscription is from $2.99 weekly. Prices are equal to the value that "Apple's App Store Matrix" determines is the equivalent of the subscription price in USD.
Payment will be charged to iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase. Subscription automatically renews unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period. Account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period, and identify the cost of the renewal.
Subscriptions may be managed by the user and auto-renewal may be turned off by going to the user’s Account Settings after purchase. For details please visit the link https://support.apple.com/HT202039.
When current trial/subscription period expires, user will be unsubscribed. The current active subscription period can not be canceled. After subscription expires, user will no longer be able to use Interaction tab.
Any unused portion of a free trial period, if offered, will be forfeited when the user purchases a subscription to that publication, where applicable.
Kraftwerk 9, LLC is not an affiliated entity of Google Inc, and Castio application is not an official product of Google.
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Google Cast and the Google Cast badge are trademarks of Google Inc.
Ratings and Reviews
Perfect for sending video from your phone or other device to your tv. Tired of not being able to see what I’m watching due to getting old and eyes not what they used to be. That’s all solved with this app, thank you
This is a great app to use with googlechrome. Mainly because other require you to do more steps then needed. This app allows you to use your existing browser to for Chromecast, that feature is worth all the pennies.
The new design update ruined it!
I was able to use this app flawlessly before and even had premium for a little while. Didn’t mind the ads and banner on the screen that much.
Now with the new design I can’t go on any website like I used to and the app crashes instead of playing the video! I was considering paying for life time premium too.
Unless this gets fixed I sure won’t be!
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- 48.8 MB
- Requires iOS 13.0 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 13.0 or later.
- iPod touch
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When we talk about casting phone screen to a TV, the first thing that comes in mind is the Chromecast.
It has become the go to device for almost anyone who wants to enjoy his or her phone’s content on a large TV screen.
While there are smart TVs available today, not everyone has the luxury of buying one. Luckily, almost everyone has a TV which at least as an HDMI port.
This is enough for casting phone screen on TV screen. In particular, if you want to know how to cast Netflix from phone to TV, this guide is all you need to go through.
Cast Netflix from Phone to TV – The Basic Requirements
Here are the things that you will need:
- A TV with an HDMI port.
- Google Chromecast – you need to purchase it separately. It is quite cheap compared to buying a smart TV.
- A Wi-Fi network at home.
Remember, there are other options like wireless-enabled TV, Miracast, MHL cable etc. However, purchasing a new TV is not always an option and often there are budgetary constraints. Miracast and MHL cables can have compatibility issues. So, Chromecast remains the safest bet.
Cast Netflix from Phone to TV – Chromecast Setup
Step 1: Hook up your Chromecast to your TV’s HDMI port and ensure that the Chromecast is connected to a power source either using USB port of your TV or using a wall electricity outlet.
Step 2: Download and install Google Home on your phone. Fire up the app and go through the setting which will involve the following:
- Allowing access to home network.
- Allowing access to location on your phone and Wi-Fi.
- Choosing a Google account.
- Verifying that the TV and Google Home app are showing the same code.
- Naming your TV on Google Home app (example: Bedroom TV, Dining Room TV, Attic TV etc.).
- Casting your phone screen on TV screen.
The setup steps are fairly simple and just about any novice can do it. Yes, there is no rocket science involved.
Once the setup for Chromecast is done, it is time to cast Netflix from phone to TV.
Cast Netflix from Phone to TV – the Steps
Step 1: Open the Netflix app on your phone.
Step 2: Look at the top righthand corner of your app’s screen. You will notice a small TV-like icon with a Wi-Fi symbol. That symbol is the casting symbol.
Step 3: Tap on that symbol.
Step 4: A popup will show up which will ask you to select the TV that you have just set up on Chromecast.
Step 5: Select the TV and the Netflix app will now show up on your TV.
Step 6: Keep browsing Netflix app on your phone and select the movie or TV series that you want to watch. Tap on it and play it.
Step 7: Whichever movie or TV show plays on your phone’s Netflix app will now seamlessly mirror on your TV. Enjoy watching your favourite Netflix show or movie on your TV.
Cast Netflix from Phone to TV: Things to Note
- Keep browsing: Once you have successfully mirrored your Netflix from phone on TV, you can still keep browsing the Netflix app on your phone. That show that is already streaming on the app will continue to mirror on your TV.
- Cast after playing: It is not necessary that you cast Netflix before you start playing a show or a movie. You can actually play the show or the movie on your phone first and then cast it on the TV.
- No cast icon: Make sure that the Chromecast and the phone are on same Wi-Fi network. If they are on different networks, the ‘cast’ icon will not show up on your Netflix app.
- Smartphone control: Once Netflix mirrors on your TV, you can use your smartphone to control it.
- Leave the app: Want to do something else on your phone while Netflix is mirrored on your TV? No problem! Just leave the app and browse something else on your phone. Netflix will still continue to stream in the background and will continue to mirror on your TV screen.
The whole thing is pretty simple! Isn’t it?
What is Google Chromecast?
Google Chromecast is a cheap and powerful way to stream video content from other devices directly onto your TV. Since 2013, Google has been updating the Chromecast and keeping it a powerhouse in the streaming industry. It’s in the same general hardware family as other streaming hardware such as Roku or Apple TV, but comes with it’s own features and advantages. The main version of the Chromecast is only $35 and is a great way to gain access to multiple streaming services without breaking the bank. It’s designed to be simple and convenient and definitely lives up to it. This guide will help you understand what a Chromecast is, what features it offers, and help you decide if it fits your cord cutting needs.
Chromecast is a piece of hardware that connects directly into your TV’s HDMI port and is basically a gateway to connect a computer or mobile device to your TV. The Chromecast device itself runs a simplified version of Google’s Chrome OS that lets you “cast” media onto your TV. When you plug in the Chromecast, you can use apps on your mobile device or click a button on Google Chrome to start casting. If it wasn’t obvious, Google Chrome and Google Chromecast are both developed by the same company. This is the reason it’s so easy to cast content from Chrome or an android phone.
One thing to note about the Chromecast that isn’t so obvious is how the casting actually works. When you click on the cast button, a signal is sent to the Chromecast telling it where to find what you’re trying to stream. It then finds the TV show or movie that you were looking for on the internet and streams it directly to the TV. This is an important difference than just mirroring what’s on your device because it frees up your phone’s resources such as battery life. This is only true for casting from mobile devices. If you cast directly from your chrome browser on your computer, the Chromecast will rely on the computer’s processing power rather than its own hardware.
Types of Google Chromecast
For a majority of people, Google’s standard $35 version of the Chromecast is exactly what you’re looking for. With the ability to stream content at 1080p while supporting devices including iPhones, iPads, Android, Mac, Windows, and Chromebooks, it’s surprising the device is so cheap. Considering you can stream almost anything from a web browser and there are so many apps on the Play Store, it’s pretty easy to get $35 of value from the device.
If you’re not one of the people who is satiated by 1080p streaming and have been enjoying the life of 4K Ultra HD TVs, you have an option too. Google also offers the Chromecast Ultra. It’s $69, but worth the price increase. It supports both of the most popular types of HDR to ensure that it works with almost every 4k HDR TV. If you’re not familiar with HDR content, it increases highlight brightness and offers a deeper contrast and better color shading. One other key feature of the Chromecast Ultra vs the Cromecast 2nd Gen is that it comes with an Ethernet port. This may seem like an insignificant change, but the ability to hardwire to a more stable internet connect can be the difference between an immersive experience and jittery streaming.
According to google, the Chromecast Ultra is 1.8x faster than the 2nd generation model. With so many more 4k HD movies becoming available on the Play Store in addition to Netflix and YouTube supporting 4k, the Chromecast Ultra is looking even better; quite literally!
How to set up Chromecast
Like most things Google, the Chromecast is incredibly user friendly. The setup is almost as easy as plugging it in! The infographic below shows how to set up Chromecast 2nd Generation devices.
1- Plus (B) from the Chromecast into the HDMI port on your TV
2- Plug (A) into the back of Chromecast for power and then connect the other end to either a USB port on your TV or
3- Plug the other end of the USB cable into a wall outlet (C) if your TV has no USB port
Casting from your computer
If you’re going to stream content from your PC onto the Chromecast, as long as you have Google Chrome installed pretty much all set. Make sure your TV is on and set to the right input (HDMI). Launch Google Chrome on your computer and follow these steps:
- Navigate to chromecast.com/setup.
- Click “Set up Chromecast using this computer”
- Find the device that matches the Chromecast name displayed on your TV. It should be something like “ChromecastXXXX”. Then click Set Me Up.
- Accept the Privacy & Terms
- The setup should then automatically connect to the Chromecast Device Wi-Fi hotspot. If not, you’ll have to go to your Wi-Fi menu and choose the network that matches your Chromecast’s name and connect to it.
- After you click Next, you should see a code on your device that matches the one on your TV. If it matches, click Yes. If not, click No and repeat go back to step 5.
- You can then change the name of the Chromecast and a country. Naming the Chromecast is helpful if you have devices in more than one room and don’t want to confuse which one you’re casting to.
- Choose your Wi-Fi from the options and attempt to automatically connect. If it doesn’t connect automatically, go back to the Wi-Fi menu aand choose the one you picked in step 5.
- After the setup completes, you’ll see aa list of all the devices you can Cast to.
- To cast from Google Chrome, click on the three dots beside the URL bar. You’ll see “Cast…” that will let you choose which Chromecast device you want to mirror your computer too. Click on the correct device and you’re good to go.
Casting from a mobile device
If you want to cast onto a Chromecast connected TV with a mobile device, you need to use the Google Home app. The following steps outline how to cast from your phone to Chromecast.
- Download the Google Home app from the Google Play Store or the Apple App Store. If you have an android device you might already have the app installed.
- Click on Devices in Google Home from the upper right corner. You might also get a prompt on the bottom of the screen asking you to set up a new device. If so, you can click on this instead of the Devices button.
- Click Continue as the Google Home app automatically sets up the Chromecast.
- Confirm that the code on the app and the TV screen match. If they do, click Yes
- Name the Chromecast and adjust privacy and guest options on the next screen.
- Choose a Wi-Fi network (Ethernet if you’re using a Chromecast Ultra) that the device will run on.
- If you want access to all of your content on your Google Account, you can sign in. This allows you to cast your movies, music, and other content you purchase through Google.
- Take the tutorial or start casting now.
Frequently Asked Questions
Does Walmart sell the Google Chromecast?
Yes! Walmart does sell Chromecast. You can buy them online or pick them up in the store. You can find the Chromecast on Walmart.com. Walmart also sells the Chromecast Ultra and even ships with 2-day shipping. Walmart typically has Chromecasts listed at the same price as the Google store, so there’s no penalty to the convenience of being able to pick them up at your local store.
Can you jailbreak the Chromecast?
It is possible to jailbreak a Chromecast. However, Google rolls out software updates that sometimes removes the ability to jailbreak it. This site offers multiple ways to get cheaper access to TV without cable, but tries to avoid grey or black hat tactics to do so. Although we want to answer questions and don’t mind pointing out the possibility of jailbreaking a Chromecast, we won’t actively encourage it. A quick Google search will point you in the right direction if you must jailbreak your Chromecast, but please note that jailbreaking is not as simple as it sounds and if you’re not tech savvy, it’s probably better to avoid it.
Can you watch Pluto TV on Chromecast?
Pluto TV is able to be viewed in a web browser. If you use Google Chrome as the browser to run Pluto TV, casting it to your Chromecast is as easy as pushing the Cast button. Once you’re done following the setup steps above, just visit the Pluto TV page and start streaming!
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