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See It, Stream It With Google Chromecast Streaming

Cable is outdated, and more and more families are cutting the cord to cable every day, opting instead to stream their entertainment in more affordable, convenient, enjoyable ways- like the Google Chromecast Streaming Media Player! There is something to be said for having all your favorite movies, tv shows, and YouTube all in one spot without having to shuffle through hundreds of (wasted) channels, and with Google Chromecast Streaming Media Player, you also get live TV, putting it way ahead of the pack when it comes to the most popular streaming services.

Google Chromecast Streaming Media Player offers everything you’d want from your entertainment, including the ability to store and stream your photos, and the ability to stream from your phone- while still being able to use your phone! To stream from your phone to the TV, you just need to plug Chromecast into the TV’s HDMI port and voila, it’s all there as you walk around your home. Shows, playlists, and more, including you favorite apps. Netflix, songs, videos you recorded on your phone, games, HBO NOW (some content may require a subscription), and any apps you have are all in one service and can be enjoyed anywhere. Find more at g.co/chromecast/

Google Chromecast Streaming information

Because Google Chromecast Streaming Media Player is cutting edge tech, you can stream with just your voice by saying what you want to watch on the compatible apps. Hands free TV watching means no more searching for a lost remote! Chromecast and Google Home work seamlessly together… just think, you could literally say, “Ok Google, play Stranger Things from Netflix on my living room TV” and in moments, you will be. Google Chromecast Streaming Media Player connects to your existing HDTV, and it’s affordable enough to connect to every TV in the house. It offers high-speed wireless connectivity with built-in 802.11ac Wi-Fi that connects to the Internet through your wireless home network (a wireless router is required and sold separately).

As long as the apps and content are compatible (Google Home, Chromecast, and compatible content are required), you can use it all together. Chromecast is designed to make the most of the apps and entertainment already on your phone.