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Topic # 189382 27-Dec-2015 14:24
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Hello, just new to casting. My example is:
I have an iPhone and a Chromecast in my hotel room (assuming it is working correctly). I want to cast movies I have stored on an online storage site ( I presume google drive would be a good one to use). What is the best app to use on the iPhone for this purpose ?

Thanks kindly for any advice.


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  Reply # 1457747 27-Dec-2015 15:33
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I think plex allows you to do this with cloud storage, it's a plex pass feature.




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  Reply # 1457767 27-Dec-2015 15:48
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sorry, I meant a free method of doing it.

Thanks for any advice.

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