Google integrates Cast directly into Chrome browser

By : |August 30, 2016 0

After two years of testing, Google has now integrated its Google Cast capability directly into the Chrome browser broadening its reach and potential as a seamless transit channel for your digital life.

This means that now, there is no need to download any additional software and you can throw individual browser tabs to your Chromecast – or even your desktop – in addition to services like Netflix or Google Play Music.

CIOL Google integrates Cast directly into Chrome browser

Cast is now available on third-party hardware as well including speakers and TV, in addition to Google’s own Chromecast and Chromecast Audio dongles.

You can even cast to other apps, like Google Hangouts, and the Cast for Education app, giving more options for use in multi-user settings like classrooms and virtual meetings.

According to the tech giant, “casting” from Chrome is a popular activity and over 38 million casts were sent from Chrome in the past month alone. These numbers should surely shoot up now that the feature’s built-in, especially since sites like Google Play Music and Netflix will show you an icon right in the address bar, no menu digging required.

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