Cast YouTube videos
Cast media content from your android device
Play local media files on your Raspberry Pi
Play streams from playlists (m3u, pls) on your Raspberry Pi

Requirements:
You just need a Raspberry Pi with a running SSH-Server, the omxplayer and optional a little image viewer. I only tested it with Raspbian, but there is no reason why it shouldn't work on other distributions.

Features:
Controllable via a seekbar
Hardware volume buttons
Support for multiple audio and subtitle (srt-format) streams

Usage:
To cast YouTube videos to your Raspberry Pi just open the YouTube app and a video and choose "Share" → Raspicast.
To play streams just copy a playlist (m3u or pls format) to your android device and open the list via the app, or play the streams manually from the actionbar.

image viewer: http://omxiv.bplaced.net

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What's New

NEW PI USER: enable SSH via "sudo raspi-config"

- Various bug fixes
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Additional Information

Updated
November 11, 2018
Size
902k
Installs
50,000+
Current Version
1.4.2
Requires Android
4.0 and up
Content Rating
Everyone
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Offered By
Benjamin H.
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