Google has this week release a new update to its Google Chromecast media streaming HDMI dogleg that brings with it a number of new a tweaks, features and enhancements.
The latest Google Chromecast update now allows you to show your favourite photo albums from Google+ as well as the ability to access the Google Cultural Institute for artwork from galleries and museums around the world.
Together with News and lifestyle images from The New York Times, The Guardian, Saveur and more in your reside in the US. As well as being able to access Satellite imagery of some of the hardest-to-reach places on Earth from Google Maps and even more beautiful photos from the Google+ community, explains Google.
“To customize your Chromecast, open the Chromecast app on your phone or tablet and select “Backdrop” from the left menu. Then, choose the topics for types of imagery you want to show up on the TV.”
The new Chromecast update is now rolling out and remember to make sure that your Chromecast app is up to date on your Android phone or tablet, iPhone, or iPad, says Google.
To re-cap Google Chromecast can stream media through your network and from your laptop, desktop, smartphone and tablet devices as well as YouTube, Netflix, Pandora, and tons of Google Play content. The new Google Chromecast support Android, iOS, Chrome for Mac, and Chrome for Windows and plugs into any HDTV equipped with a spare HDMI port.
Source: GoogleFiled Under: Android News, Hardware, Top News