Koushik Dutta just keeps adding features to his AllCast media streaming app, with support for Amazon’s brand new Fire TV added in the latest update.
Rhapsody and Napster subscribers on Android can now send music to their TV through Chromecast. Rhapsody and Napster are two more in a long line of apps that have added support for the Google Chromecast since the cast sdk was released in February. And with each new app, users gain a greater bang for their buck from this $35 streaming device.
This Friday Debate, we discuss the Fire TV. Amazon introduced their long rumored set-top-box this week, and it looks pretty impressive. Has Amazon gained the upper hand on Google by releasing the Fire TV? Is the Chromecast still a good deal now that the Fire TV is out?
AutoCast is a new app from the creator of AutoPebble, bringing the power of Tasker over to the Chromecast bringing us multi-tasking, voice control and more.
With the announcement of the Fire TV, Amazon has inserted itself into the already pretty crowded media streaming device market, challenging Google, Apple, Roku, and the myriad other me-too devices. But how does it compare to what’s already available? Read on for more!
Dixons Retail has revealed that it sold a Chromecast every 4.5 seconds on its UK launch day, making it one of the most successful product launches ever.
Vudu, Rdio and Crackle are the latest apps to officially add Chromecast support, bringing even more great services to Google’s popular media streamer.
In version 22.214.171.124 of AllCast beta, Koush added a feature that was often requested by users – subtitle support for Chromecast when streaming from a media server such Plex or Serviio.
Once the Sling Player gains Chromecast support, users will be able to watch their cable or satellite channels on any TV equipped with an HDMI port, even if it’s on the other side of the country.
Today Google released a new app and Chrome experiment called PhotoWall, which makes it easy for one or more users to send multiple photos over to Chromecast.