How to stream 10 All Access without a smart TV

Just because you don't have a smart TV, doesn't mean you can't stream 10 All Access in style.

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10 All Access entered an already competitive TV streaming market with good device compatibility, enabling users to watch on a variety of devices ranging from smartphones to Apple TV. The platform is compatible with Android TV as well, which means that streaming enthusiasts can enjoy all their favourite shows on the big screen.

However, you don't need a smart TV to stream 10 All Access, especially if you have a streaming device lying around. Here are all the ways you can enjoy watching 10 All Access without owning a smart TV.

Option 1: Apple TV

10 All Access works with 4th generation Apple TV units and up. To get started, just open up the App Store and search for 10 All Access. Once you've found the app, select it and hit "Get". Then all that's left to do is to log in and enjoy your shows on the big screen.

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Option 2: Chromecast

An affordable way to stream shows on your TV, Chromecast also wins bonus points for being user-friendly. All you need to do is connect it to your TV via an HDMI port and follow the steps on the screen to set it up.

You also need to download the 10 All Access app to your smartphone or tablet. Open up the 10 All Access app and tap the cast icon whenever you want to watch a show on the big screen. You can also cast from your laptop as long as you're using the Chrome browser.

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Option 3: Connect your mobile device directly to your TV

Don't own a streaming device? If you own a tablet or laptop with an HDMI or micro/mini HDMI port, you can connect it directly to your TV using a suitable HDMI cable. Once the cable is plugged into the HDMI port of your television, switch the TV to the corresponding HDMI mode and you should see the tablet/laptop screen mirrored to your television. It's not particularly convenient, but it does the trick.

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