Today on Google Play Weekly, we talk about Nox, Timely, a Nintendo DS emulator called Drastic, a Google Play Store update, and a whole lot more.
Developer Sebastian Mauer is working on an application that turns any Android device into a Chromecast receiver.
Koushik Dutta from the CM team demoed a modified CyanogenMod build that lets any media app to stream video and audio to the Chromecast.
Amazon has apparently delayed existing Chromecast orders by 2-3 months, although it still lists the device on its website.
A Sony FCC filing for a new device – the NSZ-GU1 – reveals that the company is working on a Chromecast-like dongle. Does that spell doom for Google TV?
Koush has demoed a Dropbox to Chromecast Android app that streams content directly from Dropbox to the TV via a Chromecast dongle. Read on for more details!
Say hello to PiCast, the open source alternative to Chromecast. With a $25-$35 Raspberry Pi, PiCast can emulate the functionality of a Chromecast.
Did you get a Chromecast before they rapidly sold out? Awesome! Then we’ve got a few tips and tricks to enhance your Chromecasting experience! Curious to know more? Read on to find out!
Another big piece of the streaming content puzzle has fallen into place for Chromecast, as Hulu has announced they are “actively working” to support our favorite new media streamer.
Koush, known for ROM Manager, ClockworkMod Recovery, and Helium, as released a Chromecast app that lets you share whatever is in your Android gallery.