WHAT'S THE MEANING
Chromecast is a line of digital media players developed by Google. They enable users with a mobile device or PC to stream media content. They can do this on a high-definition TVs or home audio systems. This is all with the help of mobile and web apps that support Google Cast technology.
DID YOU KNOW?
Google announced the 1st generation Chromecast video streaming device on July 24, 2013. It was already made available on the same day in the United States for US$35. The 2nd generation Chromecast in September 2015. An audio-focused model called Chromecast Audio was also released together with it. Google released a new model called the Chromecast Ultra in November 2016 for US$70. It was a device for more demanding needs that supported 4K and HDR content. Its released with overwhelming and positive reviews. It had so much potential for future app support and the price of admission was low that there was no reason not to buy it. The demand for Android apps for streaming to Chromecast was rising. People were enjoying it so much as they began to search for the best free movie apps for Chromecast.
The rising popularity of 4K content provides a good opportunity for Google. The Chromecast Ultra is an enticing option for potential buyers. Having support for 4K and HDR content and all for a price of US$70. It undercuts many other media streaming devices in the market. Its success is not limited to Android as it has also gained popularity with the Apple ecosystem. It created a demand for iPhone apps for streaming to Chromecast. The Chromecast ultra is bound to receive raving reviews and praise once again. As well as becoming an instant recommendation to people. Those who are looking for a great and affordable media streaming device.