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AllCast gets more Material Design enhancements in version 2.0 update

Popular streaming app AllCast has just received a ton of new visual changes and user interface tweaks in its newest update.
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May 20, 2015
AllCast

AllCast, the popular streaming application that lets you send all types of media to your television, has just received a ton of new visual changes and user interface tweaks in its newest update. Available now in the Google Play Store, AllCast version 2.0 brings new icons, scrolling toolbars, a full-height navigation drawer, a bunch of new animations, and much more.

Overall, the application hasn’t received any changes that will dramatically change the way you use it. AllCast still works just as well as it always has, but now it’s just prettier. Take a look at the before/after photos below that developer Koushik Dutta provided on Google+:

If you’re unfamiliar with the app, AllCast lets you cast photos, music and videos to your television through a number of different devices, including the Chromecast, Amazon Fire TV, Xbox One, Roku and many more. A free version is available, though it has a five-minute viewing limit on photos and videos. You can upgrade to AllCast Premium for $4.99 if you’d like to get rid of the limit for good.

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Interested? Head to the Play Store link below to grab the latest version!

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