Now, that’s news worth watching. Google has opened up sales of the Chromecast to eleven new countries. We knew that the Chromecast would go on sale in the UK starting tomorrow, March 19, and saw it pop up on Currys’ website earlier today for £30, but we were pleasantly surprised to see 10 more countries added to the list.
Shiftyjelly’s Pocket Casts app has updated to version 4.5. The update includes tons of enhancements, a new user interface, and best of all, Chromecast support. Pocket Casts is designed to curate all of your favorite podcasts into a single location and allows you to stream or download podcasts as video or audio.
According to a new report, Amazon’s long rumored set-top box will actually feature a Chromecast-like dongle form factor, and will also offer full PC game streaming technology.
During Sundar Pichai’s SXSW keynote, the Google exec revealed that the Chromecast is on its way to “many more countries” within the next few weeks.
Looking to stream your local media content from your device to your TV via Chromecast? We take a look at two apps that make your life a lot easier!
Today Vudu announced official Chromecast support will coming “soon” through a new update. No exact timeframe, though Vudu is inviting beta testers now.
Koushik Dutta has been working on screen casting Android to Google’s inexpensive Chromecast device, and has uploaded a video on his latest work-in-progress.
This week in your world of Android: the HTC M8 leaked, Samsung revealed the Galaxy S5 launch date, Google released the Chromecast SDK, details about the G2 Pro leaked, the red Nexus 5 launched, the rumored HTC Nexus made the rounds, and Google updated several of its top apps.
These are the essential stories, the summary of an entire week in just a few words. It’s must read Android.
Great news for Chromecast fans: the Chromecast SDK is now available for all developers, opening the door for plenty of new supported apps in the near future.
We take a look at the Nyrius Aries Pro Wireless HDMI streaming device, along with a quick comparison with the Google Chromecast.