Chromecast

Chromecast is a digital media player developed by Google. The device, a 2.83-inch (72 mm) HDMI dongle, plays audio/video content on a high-definition television by directly streaming it via Wi-Fi from the Internet or a local network. Users select the media to play using Chromecast-enabled mobile apps and Web apps, or through a beta feature called "tab casting" that can mirror most content from the web browser Google Chrome running on their personal computer. The device was announced on July 24, 2013, and made available for purchase on the same day in the United States for US$35, along with a limited-time promotion for three free months of Netflix.
Posts about Chromecast
  • (Google) Home for the Holidays

    …-free, right to your TV — when Google Home is paired with a Chromecast device. Now, in addition to YouTube videos, you can stream any movie or TV series from Netflix to the TV, using just your voice*. Start with “Ok Google, play Stranger Things from Netflix on my TV” or “Ok Google, play Love Actually on Netflix on my TV”. You can even control your…

    The Official Google Blogin Google- 23 readers -
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  • (Google) Home for the Holidays

    …-free, right to your TV — when Google Home is paired with a Chromecast device. Now, in addition to YouTube videos, you can stream any movie or TV series from Netflix to the TV, using just your voice*. Start with “Ok Google, play Stranger Things from Netflix on my TV” or “Ok Google, play Love Actually on Netflix on my TV”. You can even control your…

    The Official Google Blogin Google- 15 readers -
  • Meet the new Google Home app (previously the Google Cast app)

    … of the new name, we gave it a new icon, made the app easier to use, and added some useful new features. New design to make it even easier to watch & discover. Using the Watch tab, you can discover trending and popular video content on your Chromecast-enabled apps like HBO Now, Netfilx, Hulu, YouTube, and Google Play Movies. The Discover tab…

    The Official Google Blogin Google- 13 readers -
  • FitFlap Motion-Controlled Fitness Game Announced for Mobile

    … and appropriately responsive motion-controlled gameplay. FitFlap was recently presented at Google I/O 2015, due to its adoption of the Google Cast Remote Display API. As players move, their phone or tablet can transfer the data to the user’s Chromecast connected to their TV, giving them a larger view of their characters as they fly through obstacle courses…

    AllFacebook- 17 readers -
  • Roku 3 – Your Best Choice for Streaming Media?

    … such as Crackle, PBS, and the Smithsonian Channel. Roku also has done an admirable job of acquiring sports content. With a subscription, NBA League Pass and NHL Game Center provide as much out-of-market basketball and hockey one can watch. For more information on what’s available within the U.S. check online at roku.com/whats-on. Roku Content Outside…

    The Wonder of Tech- 9 readers -
  • How Google Became A Santa Tracker Tradition To Rival NORAD

    … American Aerospace Defense Command – has had a virtual monopoly on the Santa tracker business for decades. But in a short period of time, Google has risen as a strong challenger. Here’s the story of how that happened. How NORAD Started Tracking Santa NORAD began tracking Santa Claus nearly 60 years ago by accident. In 1955, an ad was published listing…

    Danny Sullivan/ Marketing Landin Google How To's- 16 readers -
  • Christmas Fun for Everyone!

    … on the Calendar icon in the red circle at the upper left corner of the screen to reveal a grid of activities. Also check out the Google Santa Tracker app for Android devices and Chrome extension. You can use the Android app on your Chromecast to get the tracker on your TV. NORAD Santa Tracker NORAD Santa Tracker is available in eight different languages…

    Carolyn Nicander Mohr/ The Wonder of Techin Google- 11 readers -
  • YouTube Tips, Tools and Tutorials Roundup

    … a smart phone and Chromecast app. Sign in with Facebook and you’ll find several classes offering tutorials for YouTube. The course fees range anywhere from $9 up to $499. But on occasion, you can find a really good one that’s offered for absolutely free. The first Udemy course I signed up for and highly recommend is: YouTube: Grow Subscribers…

    Basic Blog Tipsin Social Twitter YouTube- 22 readers -
  • Weekly Marketing Skinny • December 13, 2014

    … facts while working on your project. Google Maps now shows weather and location quick facts. Starting January 31, 2015 Google will no longer support official compatibility of Google Analytics with Microsoft Internet Explorer 9 (IE9). Time to update! Google has released the rebuilt Google app for iOS. Looks pretty slick! Would you like to have…

    Ana Hoffman/ Traffic Generation Cafe- 12 readers -
  • Weekly Marketing Skinny • December 6, 2014

    … Don’t have the time to read all the marketing news, blog posts, announcements, and other content related to SEO/social media/online marketing published each week? I’ve got you covered. I sift through trillions (well, hundreds) of online publications to stay on top of marketing news that might affect your online business. And I package them…

    Ana Hoffman/ Traffic Generation Cafein SEO Twitter- 20 readers -
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