It seems Google is working on a new device similar to Chromecast with Google TV. In 2020, Google launched a Chromecast with Google TV support, but many criticised it for the lack of storage. Continue reading “Google reportedly working on a new Chromecast powered by Google TV”
After announcing back in December 2020, that Apple TV app will be coming to the Google TV platform, the app has finally become available globally to download. The search engine giant also said that it would bring this to more Google TV devices in the upcoming days.
The Apple TV app will allow users access to original TV shows produced by Apple, along with movies and documentaries. The Apple TV app will be available to install from the Play Store, and once installed, it can be found in the Apps Tabs.
Google TV will also recommend some content, such as from the Apple TV app in the For You tab. In case, if you have an Apple TV+ subscription, users can watch their favorite TV show within the app.
Users in the US will be able to browse through Apple Originals in their personalised recommendations and search results. They will also able to ask Google Assistant to open the Apple TV app or play an Apple Original title. On top of that, they can add Apple Originals movies or shows to Watchlist as well. Google says these features will roll out globally in the coming months.
In addition to Chromecast with Google TV, the Apple TV app will also be available on Google TVs from Sony and TCL. Google is planning to roll out to more Android TV-powered devices in the coming months.
Google has quietly introduced its third-generation Chromecast after the Pixel event. It still has a circular design with built-in HDMI cable and it comes with Wi-Fi 802.11ac (2.4GHz/5Ghz) support, however the Wi-Fi reception has been improved with maximum antenna gain of 4dBi compared to Chromecast 2’s 2.1dBi gain, which is about 50% improvement.
Continue reading “Google Chromecast 3 with 1080p streaming at 60 fps, improved Wi-Fi, new Chalk color announced”
Back in August, we had heard that Google is working on a new Chromecast with Bluetooth connectivity and improved Wi-Fi reception. Now, filling the void, the upcoming Chromecast has surfaced ahead of the possible October 9th launch. Courtesy of a Redditor who has bought the Chromecast from Best Buy to find out that it looked different from regular Chromecast. Continue reading “Google Chromecast 3 with refreshed design, Bluetooth support and improved Wi-Fi surfaces in live images”
Google is planning on fixing a bug on Chromecast TV streaming stick and Home that reveals user’s location. This bug lets a website collect precise user location data, according to a report from security reporter Brian Krebs. This bug exploits a loophole in Google’s systems to cross-check a list of nearby wireless networks with Google’s precise geolocation look-up services. Continue reading “Google will fix Home and Chromecast bug that reveals user’s location”
According to Android Police report, the anticipated Google Home and new 4K ‘Chromecast Ultra’ will be priced at $129 and $69, as per their two sources. Continue reading “Google Home will reportedly cost $129, new rumoured 4K ‘Chromecast Ultra’ can be of $69”
Google today announced a brand new version of their streaming stick dubbed the Chromecast. While it doesn’t pick up the Chromecast 2 moniker, the stick has received a fresh hardware design in addition to partially redesigned internals. Continue reading “New Chromecast (2015) announced, brings improved WiFi, Fast Play onboard at same $35 price point”
Google will launch a new Chromecast along with new Nexus devices, according to a report form 9to5Google. According to the report, the new Chromecast will come in a new circular design, compared to the dongle-like design in the first Chromecast. It has also got hold of the couple of internal images that also shows the box.
Continue reading “Google Chromecast with a new design reportedly coming this month”
Google has released an accessory for Chromecast that lets it connect to your internet router directly. Priced at $15, the wired ‘Ethernet Adapter for Chromecast’ has Micro-USB port at one end and an AC power adaptor with standard RJ-45 port on the other end. Continue reading “Google releases wired Ethernet Adapter accessory for Chromecast at $15”
Google launched the Chromecast dongle in India exclusively on Snapdeal for Rs. 2,999 as part of its annual Great Online Shopping Festival. Now the Chromecast is available from Google Play Store. Chromecast has support for Netflix in the US, in India Google has partnered with several companies that includes, Eros Now, Spuul, YuppTV and Rdio so that you can watch movies, movie trailers, stream music and more. Continue reading “Google Chromecast now available from Google Play in India for Rs. 2999”
Have you just got your Google Chromecast in the UK, are you planning on buying one or (if you’re reading this in a couple of weeks), have you received one for Christmas? If so, you definitely need to check out Google Chromecast offers as there’s some very interesting offers on at the moment. Continue reading “Chromecast UK Offers: £15 Play Credit, 3 Months NOW TV + more”
Google is adding a new guest mode to Chromecast. The popular HDMI media streaming device will now allow users to share their Chromecast without giving the password to a Wi-Fi network.
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Google is finally bringing the Chromecast device to Indian markets officially. According to a report, the popular HDMI media streaming dongle that lets you stream videos and more on a TV will be available in India via Snapdeal.
Continue reading “Google Chromecast will reportedly land in India this week”
Google announced their first streaming dongle – Google Chromecast, nearly three months back and it has been available only in the US since then. Finally, Google seems to be expanding Chromecast’s market as it has taken off the demographic restriction off for the Chromecast app in various places like UK, Canada and India.
Continue reading “Google expands availability of Chromecast app beyond US”
Google launched their new $35 dongle at the July 24th event where they also unveiled their new Nexus 7 along with Android 4.3. Among the major announcements, the tiny little dongle that goes by the name of “Chromecast” was the talk of the tech industry for a while. Google’s Chromecast lets you stream content from your smartphone/computer to your TV. Lets check out what this tiny device is capable of. Continue reading “Google Chromecast Review”