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Earlier this month, ClockworkMod developer Koushik Dutta made his AllCast app available in beta to people willing to provide feedback on the app. This morning, however, Dutta released the app to the Play Store, making it available to everyone. AllCast is free to download, although there is a $4.99 premium option available to remove ads, splashscreens, and the limit on video length.

For those unfamiliar with AllCast, it’s an app that works very much like the Chromecast, but with local videos and a variety of set-top boxes. By installing the app, you will be able to beam your locally downloaded or recorded to videos to a plethora of set-up boxes, including the Apple TV, Roku, Xbox 360, Xbox One, Panasonic and Samsung TVs, Google TV, and any other DLNA-enabled device. It’s worth noting that the Chromecast, which is still relatively locked down by Google, is not yet supported.

AllCast is available now on the Play Store. Download it now and use it to share some memories this holiday. Check out a video demonstration below:

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