Up until now, the only giant glaring negative about purchasing one of Google’s Chromecast streaming media sticks over other set-top boxes was the lack of available supported apps.
But you still won’t be able to download movies to watch when an Internet connection isn’t available.
Good news for early adopters of Google’s Chromecast streaming media stick: HBO is rolling out a new Chromecast app today for its streaming video service HBO Go, the company announced today.
The biggest setback to Google’s streaming media stick Chromecast is the sparse selection of available applications, which until now hasn’t included any third-party music services. (You could, however, access Google Play Music All Access as well as listen to playlists of music videos on YouTube.)
In a big win for Google’s new Chromecast device, Hulu Plus has added an official application, the companies announced today.
Guest Post The relatively successful launch of Google’s new $35 Chromecast dongle — and increasing adoption of technologies like Airplay and Miracast — are painting a vivid picture of the changes in store for the video ecosystem. Here’s why and how.
Google’s new streaming media stick, the Chromecast, isn’t even a week old, but already more companies are announcing support for the device.
Developers are just beginning to crack open what the Chromecast can do.
Google’s new Chromecast stick is already be a hit in terms of early sales, but it might not be the first streaming media device the company was planning to offer consumers.
Google has terminated a promotion for three free months of Netflix service with the purchase of its new Chromecast streaming device that launched yesterday. The reason? Overwhelming demand for the $35 gadget.
Editor’s Pick Much like Android helped pave the way for Google’s future in mobile, Chromecast could do the same with media. Here’s why.
We got our hands on Google’s new $35 media adapter that plugs into a TV and lets you stream video from your phone or laptop. Here’s a photo gallery with our notes.
Libraries for Android, Chrome, and iOS are launching today along with the SDK developer preview.
Google’s new $35 Chromecast streaming device looks like a game-changer.