OneCast - Xbox Game Streaming
Description of App
• Supports HD 1080p video for crisp, smooth gameplay
• Various control methods including any MFi game controller and the built in virtual on-screen controller
• Highly tuned performance with extremely low lag
• Multiple profile support so you can use any number of different Xbox One consoles or Xbox Live gamertags
• Customise the virtual on-screen controller to your liking
• Quick and easy one-time setup, start playing within seconds
• For the best streaming experience, your Xbox One should be connected to your home network via LAN cable and your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch should be connected to a 5GHz WiFi network.
• You will be required to sign in with your Xbox Live gamertag in order to register your Xbox One console with the app.
• In order to use your Xbox One wireless controller to play games with OneCast, you must be physically close enough to your Xbox One console to allow the controller to establish a wireless connection directly with the console.
• If you need any assistance, our technical support team are on hand and are committed to quickly resolving any issues that you may encounter.
Disclaimer: Xbox, Xbox One, and Xbox Live are trademarks of Microsoft Corporation. OneCast is in no way endorsed by or affiliated with Microsoft Corporation, or any associated subsidiaries, logos or trademarks.
Free or Paid
Apple Watch Support
Device(s) App Was Tested On
Some of the buttons have strange labelling but, for the most part, it is accessible and simple to use.
the app does not translate what is being streamed into spoken text because VoiceOver currently does not offer any OCR capabilities.
1 people have recommended this app
I can't imagine using apps like seeing AI or Envision by taking a screenshot would be very intuitive, but it does help with reading some on-screen text, as long as the backgrounds are good contrast to the text. A simpler thing would be to stream from your Xbox to your PC (if you have one) and use NVDA's recognize text feature. That's been really helpful for the text reading - at least most of the time. Not sure if the MAC has anything comparable. I would absolutely love one day for Voiceover to have OCR capabilities. Imagine being able to render a virtual image of the screen you're on and have Voiceover navigate the text on it.
Absolutely. I'm not quite sure of any interesting ways of us using this app yet but it's good that it is so accessible.
And yes, I use the NVDA solution on my bootcamp windows system which is a good work around.