OneCast is an app available for macOS and iOS that streams your Xbox One games to any supported device, in high definition video with near-zero lag. Is the TV tied up with someone watching Netflix? Do you want to play your games from the comfort of your bed, or in another room away from the console? OneCast has you covered.
“OneCast works so well that it serves as a reminder that developers can often rather easily release their products for Macs if they set their minds to it.”
“I felt like I was playing the game with the Xbox One connected to my TV, and I was just as good (bad) at the game here as I am with a regular setup.”
“Setup was as simple as installing a driver for the Xbox One controller and logging in with my Microsoft account, and I was up and running with a game of Battlefront II.”
“OneCast delivers super-sharp 1080p video in fullscreen or windowed mode, without the performance issues that workarounds often bring.”
“OneCast is certainly an interesting option, particularly compared to the usual workaround of using a Parallels virtual machine or a Boot Camp partition to access streaming on Windows 10.”
“If you always wanted to play Xbox One games on your Mac when someone else is using your TV, this is definitely easier than installing Windows 10 on your Mac.”
“The setup is simple and it works very well. I played on High video quality and it was close to the same experience as playing on a Windows laptop on the same network.”
“It used to be that if you wanted to stream Xbox One games to your computer, you had to own a Windows 10 PC. But thanks to a new macOS app called OneCast, that’s no longer a Windows 10 exclusive.”
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