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Google Cast SDK

The Google Cast SDK enables you to extend your Android, iOS, or Web app to direct its streaming video and audio to a TV or sound system. Your app becomes the remote control to play, pause, seek, rewind, stop, and otherwise control the media.
Google Cast is designed for TV, movies, music, and more. Put your best video content on the biggest screens in the house, or bring your audio content to Google Cast for Audio devices and Google Home devices, including the new Google Home Hub.

Broad media support

Another Miracast tool is AirDroid. This is an Android app that lets users manage their phone/tablet from a web browser. This application also lets users to move files, videos, photos, music, and other documents from a phone to a computer or a Mac. The best part of this tool is it offers a free version with decent features. Download Google Cast Receiver app for Android. Chromecast built-in for Android TV.

The SDK supports many media formats, protocols, and codecs to ease integration.

User experience

Use our UX and design guidelines to create a smooth and seamless Cast experience.

Cast Connect

Cast Connect allows your Android TV app to receive messages and broadcast media status as if it were a Chromecast.

Audio devices

Cast apps developed for video and audio can also work on audio-only devices.

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Google Cast SDK

The latest version of the Google Cast SDK simplifies several complex parts of the previous SDK and addresses the major pain points identified by content partners and developers. It reduces the amount of code needed to Cast-enable your app, and provides a consistent API across Android, iOS, and Web.

Cast Connect

Android TV Receivers use the Cast Connect library to allow existing sender applications to communicate with Android TV applications via the Cast protocol. Cast Connect builds on top of the Cast infrastructure, with your Android TV app acting as a receiver.

iOS Sender 4.6.1 released

May 26, 2021 - This update includes a bug fix for background execution.

iOS Sender 4.6.0 released

May 17, 2021 - This update contains UX changes and bug fixes.

Web Receiver 3.0.0096 released

April 29, 2021 — This update includes a bug fix for image cast.

Android Sender 20.0.0 and Android TV Receiver 18.0.0 released

April 20, 2021 — This update removes GameManager that has been deprecated since 2017.

Case studies

By adding Google Cast functionality to their apps, developers can gain visits, engagement, and/or higher monetization. Here are two real-world examples of how companies have successfully used Google Cast technology.

Comedy Central

The Comedy Central app lets fans watch their favorite shows in full and on demand from mobile devices. The company created a cast-enabled app so users could bring their small screen experience to their TVs. Now with Chromecast, users watch at least 50 percent more video, with 1.5 times more visits than the average Comedy Central app user.

Haystack TV

Haystack TV is a personal news channel that lets consumers watch news on any screen, at any time. The company integrated Google Cast technology so users can browse their headline news, choose other videos to play, and even remove videos from their play queue without disrupting the current video on their TVs. With Chromecast, average weekly viewing time has doubled and customers have dramatically improved their ability to stay informed. One-third of Haystack TV customers now view their news via Chromecast.

Google Home Hub

Get help and control your connected home in one view.

Chromecast Ultra

Stream entertainment in up to 4K Ultra HD and HDR.

Mirror your devices into each other

Mirror the screens of your laptops, mobile phones, and tablets to almost any television, projector, or portable display. Many devices come with Miracast features available, and dongles are available for older devices.

Watch anything together

Connecting your device to Miracast is easy; there are no clunky menus as Miracast dongles and devices are simply receivers for content.

Sharing your phone between friends so that they can see a short YouTube video is often not worth the hassle. Fortunately, Miracast is here to let you quickly display your mobile device’s screen on any Miracast supported system, including televisions and projectors.

Miracast is excellent if you’re a teacher as it lets you seamlessly connect your devices to a projector, giving you the ability to quickly display study tips, historical documentaries, dissection diagrams or the answers to last week’s English test. Miracast will also serve as a useful tool for you if you’re preparing to give a big presentation at your work.

To link a device look for an option in setting called screen mirroring, connect your Miracast receiver to your television or other devices (if the device doesn’t have a receiver built in), select the device you wish to stream to and enjoy the show.

Android devices with Android 4.2 and later are capable of supporting Miracast as well as most Windows devices. Many manufacturers such as Sony, LG and Panasonic have begun to implement Miracast receivers in their televisions removing the need for a dongle. Otherwise, you’ll need to buy a Miracast supported dongle to connect to any device.

Where can you run this program?

Android devices with Android 4.2 and newer as well as most Windows devices support Miracast. To mirror on screens, you may need to purchase a dongle.

Is there a better alternative?

No, while Chromecast is a viable alternative, it isn’t able to let you wirelessly stream content from your Android device or enable the sharing of material such as games, files, and other apps.

Our take

Miracast is an excellent option for anyone looking to mirror their device’s screen onto another system. Most mobile devices already have Miracast, and the need for dongles is disappearing.

Should you download it?

Yes, purchasing a Miracast dongle will give you a whole new avenue for entertainment and provide opportunities to improve your presentations.


  • Seamless display
  • Share on Wi-Fi devices
  • No need for HDMI ports


Drong Cast Instructions

  • Requires enabled devices or a dongle
  • Inconsistent performance
  • Display capture only

Miracast Screen Mirroring (Wifi Display)for Android

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