The Google Chromecast continues to grow, After its launch in mid-2013, a small device looked like a gadget to stream content via streaming from tablets, phones or computers directly to the TV.
Chromecast is a thumb-sized media streaming device that plugs into the HDMI port on your TV. Simply use an Android phone, tablet, iPhone®, iPad®, Mac® or Windows® laptop, or Chromebook to cast your favourite entertainment and apps right onto the big screen.
However, it is growing interest from users (especially in America), Google began to expand the list of applications compatible with the device. To date, services like HBO, Twitch, TuneIn Radio, Deezer or Netflix, among others, can be enjoyed remotely through Chromecast.
Recently, Google included in the list of supported applications a series of games like Just Dance Now, MONOPOLY Dash, Scrabble and Big Web Quiz. The list of games available is not very wide; however, it shows the clear intention of the creators of Chromecast to make it a favorite for those who want to have an entertainment device.
And its price ($35) has made the Chromecast gain ground in markets like the US, which already has about 20 percent of it. Just Dance Now One of the most striking games that now has support for Chromecast, a new version of the popular titles that invite users to move to the beat of the music while mimicking the dancer that appears on the screen. The user should only take your cell phone in hand and dance in front of TV to accumulate points. The application is available for devices with iOS and Android operating system.