Tubecast for Windows Phone gets updated with Roku casting support and more

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Tubecast, one of the best third-party YouTube client for Windows Phone today picked up a new update. The latest update brings support for new casting devices, as well as some other bug fixes for the PRO version users. With the latest update, users can cast to Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Google TV and PS4. Alongside this, the developer has also added some bug fixes for the paid version. Here’s the full changelog:

  • New cast devices supported: ROKU, GoogleTV, Pairing (for not DLNA Youtube app like PS4, some Smart TV, etc.)
  • Newsfeed empty for some users fixed
  • Chromecast bug fixes
  • PHILIPS TV DLNA bug “file not supported” fixed
  • Memory optimization for low-end devices (no more out of memory, especially in landscape)
  • Improve list virtualization performances
  • UI & Bugs fixes

If you don’t use the paid version of the app, the latest update brings all the new changes that are listed above except from the new casting devices’ support. Nonetheless, The latest update for Tubecast, version is now live on the Windows Phone Store and you can grab Tubecast PRO from here and Tubecast from here.

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