Toaster Cast DLNA UPnP Player

Toaster Cast DLNA UPnP Player


Stream your music, photos and video to your DLNA Smart TV ,Chromecast or AirPlay via WiFi. Toaster is also great in streaming YouTube and Vimeo video to DLNA and Chromecast devices.

Any Android application can use Toaster to stream video, music and photos with share option.
User can also use Media Server feature that allows other DLNA devices to browse phone media. Media Server feature is only available for Toaster Cast Pro users.

Toaster supports a wide range of devices compatible with DLNA / UPnP standard and can cast media to:

Smart TVs: Samsung, Panasonic, Sony, Sharp, LG, Philips and more
Hi-Fi: Denon, Yamaha, Onkyo, Harman/Kardon, Bose, Oppo and more
Game consoles: Xbox, Playstation (with Media Server)
PC and MAC software: XBMC, foobar, Windows Media Player and many more
AirPlay Receivers

Toaster can also stream photo and video gallery to Chromecast and AirPlay and can change your Chromecast and Apple TV into a photo frame.

Toaster can also browse DLNA servers and NAS such as Synology, Servioo, Twonky, MediaMonkey, MediaTomb and Foobar2000.

Toaster Free API allows other applications to stream multimedia content through DLNA and AirPlay without any additional user interaction. The first app that integrated with Toaster Control API for DLNA and AirPlay is n7player.

Location permissions are used to locate and navigate to the nearest music stores & your devices via Music Locations menu.


Album Art by Sean Fournier, 2008, Licensed under CC License.

Recent changes:
1.0.12
+ Improved video rendering

1.0.11
+ Stability improvements

1.0.8
+ Added slideshow to image gallery
1.0.7
+ Airplay added as alpha
+ Bug fixes
1.0.5
+ coupon codes added
1.0.3
+ Stability improvements
1.0.0
+ Added DLNA servers browsing
+ Toaster Cast is now a DLNA renderer
+ Added Local audio playback
+ Lots of other small improvements
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Free
80
4.0
User ratings
7021
Installs
500,000+
Concerns
1
File size
6784 kb
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About Toaster Cast DLNA UPnP Player
Stream your music, photos and video to your DLNA Smart TV ,Chromecast or AirPlay via WiFi. Toaster is also great in streaming YouTube and Vimeo video to DLNA and Chromecast devices.

Any Android application can use Toaster to stream video, music and photos with share option.
User can also use Media Server feature that allows other DLNA devices to browse phone media. Media Server feature is only available for Toaster Cast Pro users.

Toaster supports a wide range of devices compatible with DLNA / UPnP standard and can cast media to:

Smart TVs: Samsung, Panasonic, Sony, Sharp, LG, Philips and more
Hi-Fi: Denon, Yamaha, Onkyo, Harman/Kardon, Bose, Oppo and more
Game consoles: Xbox, Playstation (with Media Server)
PC and MAC software: XBMC, foobar, Windows Media Player and many more
AirPlay Receivers

Toaster can also stream photo and video gallery to Chromecast and AirPlay and can change your Chromecast and Apple TV into a photo frame.

Toaster can also browse DLNA servers and NAS such as Synology, Servioo, Twonky, MediaMonkey, MediaTomb and Foobar2000.

Toaster Free API allows other applications to stream multimedia content through DLNA and AirPlay without any additional user interaction. The first app that integrated with Toaster Control API for DLNA and AirPlay is n7player.

Location permissions are used to locate and navigate to the nearest music stores & your devices via Music Locations menu.


Album Art by Sean Fournier, 2008, Licensed under CC License.

Recent changes:
1.0.12
+ Improved video rendering

1.0.11
+ Stability improvements

1.0.8
+ Added slideshow to image gallery
1.0.7
+ Airplay added as alpha
+ Bug fixes
1.0.5
+ coupon codes added
1.0.3
+ Stability improvements
1.0.0
+ Added DLNA servers browsing
+ Toaster Cast is now a DLNA renderer
+ Added Local audio playback
+ Lots of other small improvements

Android Market Comments
A Google User
Aug 20, 2015
To whom may concern, I use both the N7 Player and the Toaster Cast apps on my Android phone for streaming music to my Wi-Fi player. For the most part, everything works fine. The only issue I keep having is, after roughly 3-5 songs are played, the Toaster Cast will randomly DISCONNECT from the N7 app, and the music stops playing. (Note: There is NO break in the connection to the Wi-Fi signal though.) I have no idea why this happens, but it's pretty annoying, and it means I have to reconnect AND start the song over to continue listening. Do you have a solution for this problem? I paid to have the FULL version of both the N7 and Toaster Cast apps, so I am really hoping you have some way to resolve this quickly. Other than that, it's great! Thank You, Steve L. Update: With no response from N7, I have UNINSTALLED the N7 Player & Toaster Cast apps from my phone. Not only did they cutoff from Wi-Fi randomly, sometimes they even did so MID-SONG.
A Google User
Aug 20, 2015
nothing about this app is free stupid
A Google User
Aug 15, 2015
To whom may concern, I use both the N7 Player and the Toaster Cast apps on my Android phone for streaming music to my Wi-Fi player. For the most part, everything works fine. The only issue I keep having is, after roughly 3-5 songs are played, the Toaster Cast will randomly DISCONNECT from the N7 app, and the music stops playing. (Note: There is NO break in the connection to the Wi-Fi signal though.) I have no idea why this happens, but it's pretty annoying, and it means I have to reconnect AND start the song over to continue listening. Do you have a solution for this problem? I paid to have the FULL version of both the N7 and Toaster Cast apps, so I am really hoping you have some way to resolve this quickly. Other than that, it's great! Thank You, Steve L.
A Google User
Aug 11, 2015
It might work, but screen mirroring is easier & works better Originally it found my media server, but only played one video then it never found again.always found computer saying there is an error(never saying what it was). Emailed for help and got no response plus website is dumb
A Google User
Aug 11, 2015
Love it Love it