OneCast, a new app for Mac, promises to bring Xbox One game streaming to Mac for the first time, a feature that was native to Windows only till now.
Microsoft initially introduced this feature back in 2015 at its Windows 10 event, declaring support for Windows 10 machines as a second screen for Xbox one over the same home network.
Mac users have been trying to use this feature with workarounds till now, including the use of virtual machine software like Parallels for Mac.
OneCast claims that it will provide crisp 1080p streaming for games with little to no lag and without performance issues.
The app supports both windowed modes and full-screen mode for streaming to your Mac’s display. OneCast also allows you to use the original Xbox One wireless controller that can connect through USB or Bluetooth to your Mac. It has also multi-account support that allows adding unlimited number of Xbox One consoles.
OneCast app is ready to use for a 14-day trial and after that costs $9.99 for the licence (regular price $20).