This reference provides the following API documentation for send and receiver applications.
Sender application APIs
A sender application runs on the device the user is holding and manages the user's interaction with the content. For sender applications, Google Cast supports app development for the Android, iOS, and Chrome platforms with the following documentation:
- Google Cast Android Sender API reference
- Google Cast iOS Sender API v4 reference
Google Cast iOS Sender API v3 reference
- Google Cast Chrome Sender API reference
Receiver application APIs
A receiver application is a Chrome application that runs on the Google Cast receiver device connected to the display and manages the display of the content. Use the API to create a custom receiver application. The Media Player Library provides your application with a media player. The APIs are documented here:
- Google Cast CAF Receiver API reference
Google Cast Receiver API v2 reference
- Google Cast Media Player Library reference
See API Libraries to download the libraries for the above APIs.
See the following guides for more information about developing with these APIs:
- Android Sender Apps
- iOS Sender Apps
- Chrome Sender Apps
- Receiver Apps
- Autoplay & Queueing
- Game Manager API
- Remote Display
- Remote Display Plugin for Unity Game Engine
Chrome Sender, Media Player Library and Receiver use the Closure library, which is licensed under the Apache 2.0 License.