CameraCast for Chromecast

CameraCast for Chromecast


CameraCast puts pictures you take with your camera on your TV.

After you connect to your Chromecast, each time you tap the screen, the current image will be sent to your TV. Connect more than one device to the Chromecast to see pictures from all devices at once. Not only can you see all images on the Chromecast, but you can see the most recent images from all other connected devices on your own device (this is off by default; turn it on in the settings).

CameraCast is ad-supported. Purchase the unlocker to get these additional features:

● No ads!
● Auto-shutter: automatically send a new image to the Chromecast every second, every five seconds, etc.

CameraCast can be used for all kinds of things:

● Use it as an image projector at home or in the classroom!
● Use auto-shutter mode to watch a certain area, like the nursery at nap time or the front door for a delivery!

The camera uses quite a bit of power, so if you are using auto-shutter mode, you will likely want to connect your device to a charger.

Please email me with any questions/comments/suggestions or to report a bug. [email protected]

Recent changes:
v1.0.5
- New feature! Zoom in/out!

v1.0.4
- Improved camera performance and fixed issues with Nexus 7 2013.
- Various bug fixes.

v1.0.3
- Added the ability to see the most recent image from all other connected devices (this is off by default; turn it on in the settings).
- More bug fixes.

v1.0.2
- Made settings accessible not only when the camera is showing.
- Added "Send feedback" menu item.

v1.0.1
- Added option to turn off image fading on the Chromecast.
- Bug fixes.
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About CameraCast for Chromecast
CameraCast puts pictures you take with your camera on your TV.

After you connect to your Chromecast, each time you tap the screen, the current image will be sent to your TV. Connect more than one device to the Chromecast to see pictures from all devices at once. Not only can you see all images on the Chromecast, but you can see the most recent images from all other connected devices on your own device (this is off by default; turn it on in the settings).

CameraCast is ad-supported. Purchase the unlocker to get these additional features:

● No ads!
● Auto-shutter: automatically send a new image to the Chromecast every second, every five seconds, etc.

CameraCast can be used for all kinds of things:

● Use it as an image projector at home or in the classroom!
● Use auto-shutter mode to watch a certain area, like the nursery at nap time or the front door for a delivery!

The camera uses quite a bit of power, so if you are using auto-shutter mode, you will likely want to connect your device to a charger.

Please email me with any questions/comments/suggestions or to report a bug. [email protected]

Recent changes:
v1.0.5
- New feature! Zoom in/out!

v1.0.4
- Improved camera performance and fixed issues with Nexus 7 2013.
- Various bug fixes.

v1.0.3
- Added the ability to see the most recent image from all other connected devices (this is off by default; turn it on in the settings).
- More bug fixes.

v1.0.2
- Made settings accessible not only when the camera is showing.
- Added "Send feedback" menu item.

v1.0.1
- Added option to turn off image fading on the Chromecast.
- Bug fixes.
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Android Market Comments
A Google User
Jul 21, 2014
Freezes
A Google User
Jun 29, 2014
Chromecast is connected, I tap the screen and nothing happens. Samsung s4
A Google User
Jun 12, 2014
Doesn't work No instructions?
A Google User
May 31, 2014
Freezes after one pic First pic casts real quick but next one takes cpl minutes to load. Not sure why. Galaxy s4 up to date on chrome cast.
A Google User
May 27, 2014
Didn't work