Chromecast Cast Web Video to TV QuickCast Player 2.7.2.4 Comes with Bug Fixes

QuickCast Player 2.7.2.4 can be used for Cast to TV, Chromecast or another such receiver protocol, such as KODI, Fire TV, Amazon Fire Stick. Also, DLNA Devices are perfectly suitable for
QuickCast.

What can it do?

Use this player for allowing your phone to cast (or send) music, photos, or web videos from your device’s SD card or memory straight to your TV.

With just a tap, QuickCast will allow you to cast videos, music, and photos by allowing your phone to connect with the TV. This way, streaming becomes effortless, leaving you to admire the beauty of technology.

Features

QuickCast Player 2.7.2.4 is an app capable of detecting cast or streaming devices and cast videos from the internet immediately. It packs a powerful ad detector and blocker which you will surely enjoy, as it will remove annoying ads from your field of vision.

Bookmarks are there to save your favorite sites and videos. Once you are done with it, QuickCast allows you to browse or delete your playback history. Also, it is more than capable of supporting multiple video search engines.
Casting local videos, showing photo slideshows or playing music are among its abilities.

You can even use your phone as a TV remote, QuickCast enabling you full control over your TV to pause, move forward or backward or change the volume.

Supported streaming devices

As you can see from the title, QuickCast Player 2.7.2.4 works perfectly with Chromecast (versions 1 or 2), even if you wish to look at videos in Ultra HD 4K quality. The Google Cast receivers or Android TV are both a perfect fit with QuickCast, Android TV even coming with Chromecast built-in.

AirPlay devices, Mac TV or Apple TV, DLNA receivers, Amazon Fire TV and Fire TV Stick are going to work ideally with this player.

Carrie Ryley

Carrie Ryley was born and raised in Fort Lauderdale. As a journalist Carmen has contributed to NPR News Blog, Outdoor Magazine and many other publications. In regards to academics, Carrie earned a degree in business degree from A&N and earned her master’s degree at University of Florida. Carrie covers local news and culture stories here at Miami Morning Star.

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