Video & TV Cast for Roku and iOS

Video & TV Cast for Roku and iOS

Browse the web and stream almost any web video with Video & TV Cast for Roku!

Video & TV Cast lets you stream your favorite videos or a live stream from your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch right onto your Roku.

File formats like Mp4, m3u8, hls live streaming, video over https and of course HD are all fully supported.

There is no time limit at all! You can watch videos from 2 minutes to 2 hours or even longer. 

Casting Videos Is Easy!

Just open Video & TV Cast app, navigate to your favorite streaming website using the built-in web browser, wait for a compatible link detection and send the video with a single tap right to your Roku.

The discovered link will be shown below the browser. A tap on the video link will start the show.

You don't even need to add a Roku channel.

Examples of Video & TV Cast Supported Websites:

- Youtube

- Dailymotion

- Vimeo

- Vevo

- Twitch

- Live TV channels 

There are also many additional sites or use any other website that serves mp4 or m3u8 videos. 

To find more great streaming TV and casting video sources, be sure to check out this huge "Internet TV Channels List" or choose from many additional video streaming channels over at TeamAndroid TV


- Roku Streaming Stick, Roku Ultra, and Roku Premiere Players

- Apple iPhone, iPad or iPod touch with at least iOS 7

Official website for Support:

Get the FREE Video & TV Cast iOS app from the Apple App Store.

More editions of Video & TV Cast are available for Chromecast and Samsung Smart TVs, if you don’t have a Roku yet.  Check out:

How to Cast Apps Like Showbox on Roku

Another great app for casting your Android Screen with apps like Showbox and others is to get the AllCast app for your Android tablet or smartphone. This let's you then cast what's playing on your smaller screen directly to watch apps like Kodi and Showbox on Roku. 

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