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Streambels’ Chromecast Support and More

  • April 28, 2014 /
  • by Karolina Mosiadz /
  • airplay, AllJoyn, Chromecast, DLNA, media-streaming, Streambels, streaming technology /

Chromecast is a handy device that attached to a HDMI TV and paired with a phone, tablet or a PC gives user music and video streaming capabilities. Some of the exciting features include desktop screen mirroring and streaming from services such as Hulu and Netflix.

With Google Chromecast on board, Streambels is the first app to support all of the latest streaming technologies, while being fully compatible with the broadest array of AirPlay and DLNA home entertainment devices. No matter if it is AirPlay, Chromecast or DLNA, Streambels guarantees smooth and uninterrupted media streaming. It just works.

Recently, for the more interconnected environment, we added an option to stream files from media servers such as Plex, PS3 Media Server, Windows Media Server and many others. This way, we want to ensure that our users are able to stream any content stored on the phone, tablet, up in the cloud, from media servers and online channels to virtually any smart receiver at home. At the moment, one can enjoy smooth media streaming from online services including YouTube, Vimeo and TED with more coming very soon.

Our roadmap includes AllJoyn protocol and an iOS version in addition to Android platform. Release dates and announcements will follow soon.

Feel free to download the app to see and try it for yourself. For more detailed information on the application and our media streaming technology, drop us an e-mail.