People who don’t own a smart TV or a TV that is wirelessly capable of streaming content are often left in a dilemma about what to do. Lucky for them, Google’s Chromecast is an impressive little stick that helps you overcome that dilemma. Chromcast is just one of many examples of Google’s impressive work. What is a Chromecast, you ask? It’s a small stick that plugs right into your TV’s HDMI port and stream content using your smartphone. How very convenient.
Not only content, you can even stream your apps using Chromecast, today, we are going to look at the best Chromecast apps you can use.
Keeping aside the infamous “Netflix and chill” slang, the app is pretty famous among the Chromecast using crowd. Why? Well, you can easily stream your favourite shows as well as the movies you would love to watch on the big screen television. For anyone who’s building a Chromecast app collection, Netflix should always be in the list.
Google Play Music
Love music? Want to be able to stream your catalog of music or just play the music that is available on demand? Google’s own music app is the one you need. Google has added full Chromecast support on both the iOS and the Android version of the app. You can stream as long as you want, free of cost. However, if you want to stream music on demand, then there’ a monthly subscription fees.
Moving on from apps that lets you stream media content, Google’s very own Chrome browser is a really good Chromecast enabled app. This is specifically built for people who don’t like to browse internet on smaller screens as it lets you stream whatever your browsing on the big screen for better viewing.
The fourth app on our list is actually a Chromecast enabled game called Tricky Titans. Despite Chromecast coming a lot far than we expected, games on it are somewhat a different story. Tricky Titans is there to take care of your mini gaming sessions. Tricky Titans work pretty much like any game of rock, paper and scissors but with a little twist for the added fun.
The last app on the list of Artkick, it is a Chromecast enabled app. Artkick can be called a digital wallpaper app that can be used to replace the generic wallpaper of Chromecast with beautiful paintings of famous artists. Talk about Picasso, Leonardo da Vinci, Salvador Dali and so many other famous artists. There is a small downside though; unlike the beautiful paintings it displays, the app itself is not as good looking as it should be.