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    What is Cloudcast?
    Cloudcast lets you play online entertainment from one device to another device, from anywhere on the planet! The device could be your child's tablet in the next room or a loved one's on the other side of the world! Unlike Chromecast, Cloudcast is NOT limited to your Wi-Fi network and you can stream content from ANY website in your device! The process of casting through the cloud is also called 'cloudcast'. Yes, it's a verb and we invented it! So the term 'Cloudcast' not only refers to the app or the service but also the process itself.

    Pairing two devices is easy. There is no account signup, just enter a pairing key from one device into the other. Browse and play online videos in the web browser and cloudcast them using the remote to any paired device.

    Once you start cloudcasting you can pause, rewind, skip, seek, loop, mute or adjust the volume just like you would using a TV remote. You could use Cloudcast to play videos from your phone to a TV using an Android stick even if you're nowhere near the TV! Please note that not all videos in the web are in high definition, so they might not look the same on your HD TV as they look in a small screen. You can find Android sticks here:

    Depending on your device's Wi-Fi sleep policy you will even be able to wake the device up and play the media. Cloudcast comes with the necessary controls to block devices when you don't want to be disturbed or prefer to get a notification instead of playing the video directly. Yes, if you're pulling pranks on your friends with Cloudcast they could block your device!

    You can cloudcast entire YouTube playlists! Skip forward and backward between videos in the playlist as well. A great way to keep kids entertained even if you can't be right next to them.

    Think of Cloudcast as a more powerful Chromecast for the cloud! Cloudcast requires the latest version of Google Play and YouTube apps. It runs on Android 2.2 and above.

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    How do I cloudcast?
    Cloudcasting is easy and fun! Follow these steps:
    * Install Cloudcast in two or more Android devices
    * Pair devices using pairing keys in the devices menu
    * Browse the web for entertainment
    * Play videos in full view to launch the cast menu (in Android 4.3 & earlier)
    * Start videos to launch the cast menu (in Android 4.4 & later)
    * Select the device to cast
    * Press play in the remote and voila!
    * Cloudcast to any paired device in the world!!

    Why should I cloudcast? What do I use it for?
    To have fun, of course! Imagine a world where you can play a video from one phone to another, half way across the world! Surprise that someone with a video you found on the web. Entertain a child even when you are not right next to them. Control your TV when it is connected to an Android device from anywhere in the world. Share a laugh with a friend while watching a video together even if you're in two different places!

    Does Cloudcast work with Chromecast?
    No, Cloudcast only works in Android devices. One device acts as a remote, which casts the video and the other device acts as a player that plays the video. You could plug an Android stick or any tablet with HDMI output to your TV and cloudcast videos from your phone to your TV. Download "Split Browser with Chromecast" app to cast videos from a web browser.

    What is the difference between the free and UNLIMITED versions?
    • Free version contains ads and can only cloudcast for 10 minutes at a time.
    • UNLIMITED version has no time limits and contains no ads.

    HTC Phones (Jelly Bean and older Android versions) can only cast YouTube videos.

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