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How to Cast Photos from iPhone to TV Using Chromecast: A Step-by-Step Guide

Casting iPhone Photos to TV via Chromecast Guide

If you’re a Chromecast user and want to cast photos from your iPhone to your TV, you’re in the right place! 👍 This article provides a quick and easy guide on how to make this happen. Let’s dive in! 📸📺


Download Do Cast from the App Store

Start by downloading the Do Cast App from the App Store. This app will facilitate your photo casting experience. 📲


Grant All the Required Permissions

Once you’ve downloaded the app, open it and grant all the required permissions for a seamless user experience. 🚀


Connect Your Devices to the Same Wi-Fi

Make sure both your iPhone and Chromecast are connected to the same Wi-Fi network. This step is crucial to ensure a successful casting process. 📶


Select Your Device from the Given List

From the list provided by the app, select your Chromecast as the target device. As soon as you’ve chosen your device, you’re ready to proceed. 🎯


Understand the Upgrade Offer (Optional)

The app may offer you to upgrade to either a yearly or lifetime subscription. In case of purchase, they may even offer you a special gift. 🎁 Alternatively, you can opt for the 14-day free trial or continue using the free version of the app.


Give Access to Your iPhone Photos

In the app’s main menu, tap on ‘photos’ and give the app access to your iPhone photos. This will allow you to select photos for casting. 📸🔓


Select Photos and Cast Them to Your TV

After you’ve given access to your photos, select the ones you wish to cast. The selected photos will then be displayed on your TV. Rejoice as you can stream an unlimited number of photos, even in the free version of the app! 🖼️🎉

Conclusion: 🏁

Casting photos from your iPhone to your TV using a Chromecast can be a breeze. No ads, unrestricted number of photos, and user-friendly interface are just a few of the advantages. Give it a shot, and upgrade your photo viewing experience today. Happy casting! 📺❤️


Yes, you can cast photos from your iPhone to your TV using Chromecast. We provide a detailed, step-by-step guide to help you in the article.

Yes, the Google Home app will be needed to set up your Chromecast and cast your iPhone’s photos to your TV.

Yes, you can download Google Home for free from App Store.

Yes, you can still cast photos from your iPhone to non-smart TVs as long as the TV has an HDMI port where you can plug in your Chromecast.

Yes, Chromecast requires a stable WiFi network to function properly.

No, you will need to cast photos through the Google Photos app which you can download from App Store.

Yes, both live photos and videos can be casted from your iPhone to your TV using Chromecast.

Yes, you can follow the same steps listed in the article to cast photos from your iPad to your TV.

No, there is no size limit. However, larger photos may take longer to load.

Yes, Google Photos supports slideshow mode, which can be casted to your TV.

Unfortunately, Google Photos does not currently support changes in slideshow speed.

Yes, you can shuffle your photos within Google Photos before casting.

Yes, with the Chromecast app, you can cast your entire iPhone screen to your TV.

Yes, other applications that support casting can also be used to display photos on your TV.

No, currently WiFi is required for casting from iPhone to Chromecast.

No, Chromecast can only cast from one device at a time.

Make sure your Chromecast and your iPhone are connected to the same WiFi network. If they are on different networks, your Chromecast might not show up in the Google Home app.

Yes, there are other casting devices and smart TV platforms that allow iPhone casting but Chromecast is one of the most reliable and straightforward solutions.

Chromecast supports JPEG, PNG, BMP and GIF. Other formats need to be converted to a supported format before casting.

Yes, photos in both landscape and portrait modes can be cast. However, depending upon the aspect ratio of your TV, portrait photos may have black bars on the side.

Unfortunately, to utilize the Chromecast hardware, these are the steps outlined by Google. Although it might seem technical, it is a straightforward process. Please use our guide for clear step-by-step instructions.

Chromecast is not directly compatible with MacBook or Apple Watch but there are third-party apps that might support this. However, their functionality can be limited.

Yes, you can do all that using your iPhone as a controller while casting.

Yes, 4K and HDR casting is supported if you have a Chromecast Ultra device and 4K or HDR content.

Yes, you can cast music along with a slideshow of photos. However, the music must be casted through a separate app that supports casting, such as Spotify or Google Play Music.

Casting does use more battery than not casting, but the exact amount varies depending on the specific device and its settings.

Photos need to be imported onto your iPhone or a compatible app on your iPhone before they can be casted.

Yes, a Google account is needed to use the Google Home and Google Photos apps.

Casting generally can be seen by anyone on the same network and in the same room. If privacy is a concern, consider casting only when necessary and disconnecting from the Chromecast when you’re done.

This may be due to the quality of the original photo, the size of your TV, or your Chromecast or TV’s settings. Check all these factors for the best photo quality.

Useful Chromecast resources:

DoCast - chromecast with iphone logoDoCast - chromecast with iphone

DoCast is the ultimate app for Chromecast iPhone mirroring, allowing users to easily cast iPhone to Chromecast. It gives answers on how to use Chromecast with iPhone or iPad. From setup to screening, ensuring your iPhone or iPad Chromecast experience is seamlessly streamlined.

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