Do you know about Google’s Chromecast entertainment service? Chromecast, with the Chromecast HDMI Streaming Media Player which you plug into your TV’s HDMI port, allows you to send whatever media, videos, TV and music that you see on your smartphone or tablet to your TV. Chromecast works with a large number of apps, including Pandora, YouTube, Netflix, HBO Go, Watch ESPN, PBS Kids, Hulu, Google Play Music + Movies, CrunchyRoll, RealPlayer and more. To see the full list of apps that work with chromecast go to chromecast.com/apps.
The Chromecast HDMI Streaming Media device is the size of a small thumb drive. Significantly smaller than a device such as Amazon’s FireTV, the Roku Box or the Apple TV.
Chromecast is cross platform compatible.
Chromecast works with devices you already own, including Android tablets and smartphones, Mac/Chromebook, Windows and Android or iPhone devices. It’s also remoteless you can control the device via the app on your smartphone.
Google’s Chromecast HDMI Streaming Media Player sells for $35. The Roku – Streaming Stick HDMI Version sells for $49.99. The Apple TV sells for $99.
Plus it’s easy to use.
Chromebook is extremely easy to use. Just plug it into any HDTV, connect to WiFi then send videos and more from your smartphone, tablet or laptop to your TV with the press of a button.
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The Chromecast is a top seller on Amazon.com with a four star rating based on 17,965 customer reviews.
This is a game changer and apps are stupid to not jump on this bandwagon. Thank you google for once again innovating at a LOW price point!”
Do you have a Chromecast? What is your favorite streaming device?