Yidio is an all-in-one entertainment source to stay tuned to your favorite shows and movies. It is a universal TV and movie search guide that eliminates the need to install all the popular apps. i.e., you get the option to search and stream all contents from such services from within Yidio. Yidio gives personalized suggestions and daily reminders based on the content you stream. It supports 100+ streaming services like Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hulu, YouTube, and more. With Yidio, you can stream what you want at any time. While it is available for various operating systems, this section will guide you on casting Yidio using Chromecast. With this, you can experience all of its features on your smart TV.
Yidio Plans & Pricing
It is a subscription-based streaming service available for free for 7-days. After which, you need to pay $4.99/month or $47.99/year to get the Yidio premium version. With this, you will get an ad-free version of the Yidio app. Further, you can unlock real-time notifications when movies or shows are made available.
How to Chromecast Yidio to your TV?
Yidio isn’t a cast-ready app by default. But you can still cast content provided the streaming service has a cast option. Casting Yidio to your smart TV screen can be done in two different ways, and the same is covered in the below section.
- Using Yidio App (Smartphone)
- From Yidio Website (Google browser on PC)
Chromecast Yidio using Yidio App
With the Yidio app installed on your smartphone, you can screencast its contents to the smart TV. To know about the steps, get into the section below.
- Android or iOS smartphone
- The latest version of the Yidio App
- Chromecast built-in TV or Dongle
- Internet or Wi-Fi connection
(1). Connect your Chromecast TV and smartphone to the same internet connection.
(2). Launch the Yidio app from the apps section of your Android or iOS device.
(3). Login to your Yidio account or Sign up if you don’t have one.
(4). Start to search for a content you want to start streaming on TV.
(5). Click on the same to let it start playing on the respective streaming service.
(6). Hover to click on the Cast icon available on the streaming service.
(7). When you select the Chromecast TV name on the Cast to pop up, the content will be screencast to the big screen.
Chromecast Yidio from Yidio Website
If in case you want to cast Yidio from the website to TV, then you should follow the steps given below.
- Windows or Mac PC
- Chromecast TV or Dongle
- The latest version of the Chrome browser
- Internet connectivity
(1). On your desktop or laptop, launch Chrome web browser.
(2). Visit the official website of Yidio (https://www.yidio.com) using the address bar.
(3). Hover to the top to click on the Sign In button to enter the necessary details to log in to Yidio.
- To create a new account, select Sign Up to thereby provide your details and get your account.
(4). Choose any video that you want to stream on your TV.
(5). Right-click anywhere on the Yidio website to choose the Cast option on the pop-up.
(6). On the Cast pop-up, choose your Chromecast TV. Under the Sources drop-down, select the Cast tab option.
(7). When the connection gets established, the video content will start playing on your Chromecast TV.
These are the two different ways in which you can cast Yidio to the big screen. Hope you were able to cast your favorite contents from different streaming apps with the above guidelines. If you have any issues or queries regarding this, ask us through the comments section.
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Frequently Asked Questions
What are the devices in which is Yidio accessible?
Currently, Yidio is accessible from devices including Android, iOS, Amazon Fire Stick, Roku, Apple TV, web, etc.
Is it possible to delete the Yidio account?
Yes. Click on the link to delete the Yidio account. You will be prompted to log in to your account with your username and password.
Is there a built-in cast button available on Yidio app?
No. It doesn’t have a cast button, and the only possible way to screencast any content is to use the cast icon on the video playing currently.