Three Android apps for streaming to Chromecast

[Chromecast] Originally it was used only for setting up the Wi-Fi connection and naming your device. With a recent update, many Chromecast users can mirror their device’s screen onto the TV, eliminating the need for a third-party app. [Allcast] is one of the first Chromecast apps to hit Google Play, and is being actively updated. Aside from sharing local content, this app will let you connect your Dropbox, Google Drive, and even Google+ accounts. [Cloudcaster] You can connect to services such as Bitcasa, Box, CloudMe, Copy, Cubby, Dropbox, Dump Truck, OneDrive, SugarSync, and many others. Additionally, the app allows you to rotate video when it is not playing in the correct orientation […] It’s important to keep in mind that the Chromecast device only supports a specific list of file formats at this time. None of these apps will be able to transcode an unsupported format and play it on the Chromecast. – Nicole Cozma,CNET

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