Rdio, Vudu, and Crackle Have All Included Chromecast support.


Rdio, Vudu, and Crackle Have All Included Chromecast support.

Google’s own Chromecast has manage to gain a trio of applications, which include the movie streaming Vudu, Music streaming player Rdio, and TV Library Crackle. Owners can start broadcasting on the $35 dongle immediately, through the use of iOS and Android device, as well Google Chrome for the PC.

“Rdio on Google Chromecast marks another milestone in Rdio’s commitment to delivering the best music experience everywhere,” CEO Anthony Bay said in a statement. “Music fans can access Rdio’s massive catalog of over 20 million songs or start a station easily, all from Chromecast on their TV.”

Simple Steps.

The only steps that need to be taken are to press down on the rectangular icon on the Rido Android, iOS or Web application to prepare the mood for any special occasion. Rdio subscribers will be able to immediately jump right in, while new listeners will have to register a new account for a free trial.

Far earlier in the month, the radio player and Beats Music had hinted that they were working on developing a support for Chromecast. So far no announcement for Beats progress has been made.


Crackles Chromecast version will also work similarly, with providing TV shows, Original series, and films for free to anyone who owns a HDMI-compatible Television and Wi-Fi connections. Being know for its amazing Emmy-nominated work ‘Comedians in Cars Getting Coffe’ series, Crackle has also become the hoe for Chosen and Cleaners.

If the users of this dongle are willing to dish out cash for more entertainment, download Vudu to rent or purchase movies and stream them onto the television. By using a smartphone, tablet, or PC devices, controlling video playback, volume and closed captions. users will also be able to multitask, buy using the device to check up on Facebook, taking pictures, and even browsing websites without interrupting the show at all.

Google had originally launched the dongle for $35 back in July, allowing users to easily connect the device onto any television set with an HDMI slot and home Wi-Fi network. Other applications that where included in Chromecast support where, Pandora, Songza, HBO GO, Plex, Netflix and much more. Since then Chromecast has managed to launched towards 11 more countries. Local applications are also available depending on the region.

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