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OneCast App Allows Xbox One Video Game Streaming to Mac

Until recently, playing console video games on a Mac was primarily for PlayStation 4 owners via Remote Play. But now the Xbox One is joining the party with the release of the new OneCast app.

OneCast lets Xbox One and Mac owners play games using the original Xbox One wireless controller connected to your Mac by either USB or Bluetooth connection.

Windows 10 machines have supported streaming for Xbox One gamers since 2015, but Mac owners had been forced to use apps such as Parallels to install Windows in order to play. OneCast says that its app supports HD 1080p video with high performance and “extremely low lag”.

You can find out more about the app at:

If you do plan to play your Xbox via Mac, be sure that your console has plenty of storage with an OWC External Storage Drive Upgrade Bundle.

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