Google recently launched its Chromecast wireless video dongle to enjoy YouTube and Netflix streaming videos on your TV sets. Priced at just $35 the tiny device has created much of the buzz as to what Google is offering at such a dirt-cheap price. Well, let us find out what you get if you spend $35 for the new Google Chromecast.
The best part of Google Chromecast is its dirt-cheap price for a wireless video dongle that is capable of streaming YouTube and Netflix to a television set using Android or iOS tablets as a remote. Also, the Android users can get access to Google TV and Movies as well as Google Music. Plus, it is very tiny and can easily hide behind a TV. It is easy to take on-the-go too.
The beta version of Google Chromecast is limited to just four apps and so you don’t get support for other big ones like the HBO Go, MLB.TV, Rdio, Spotify and Amazon Instant. Also, it always require a smartphone or a tablet to work as a remote.
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