Koushik Dutta of CyanogenMod fame is teasing fans with support for screencasting Android to the Chromecast, a feature that might be coming soon to his AllCast app.
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Following the release of a Chromecast SDK as part of the latest Play Services update, Koushik Dutta announced that his AllCast app will soon be able to stream to the Chromecast again.
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Koush’s ROM Manager is again available on the Google Play Store, after having been taken down due to in-app payment violations.
After showing off a demo last month, Koush’s AllCast has now arrived officially to the Google Play store. The new app makes it easy to ‘cast’ local content over to a variety of devices including the Roku and Xbox 360.
Due to a IAP policy violation, Google has now removed the popular ROM Manager app from app developer Koush. Keep reading to learn more!
Android mirroring to Chromecast may be coming soon, a developer said after looking at new code in Android 4.4.1 KitKat.
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Noted CyanogenMod developer Koushik Dutta is teasing us with a nifty new feature – mirroring an Android device in the browser. The feature may be useful for playing games or consuming media on a large screen, provided the FPS rate is good enough.