Google launches the Chromecast App to help you find content

So you just bought a shiny new Chromecast 2.0 for $35. Now what? With the release of the latest Chromecast device, Google is trying to solve that problem with the new Chromecast App. The idea is to help you discover new content so that you have more to cast than just your desktop and YouTube videos. Under “What’s On,” you can see what’s trending on the Play Store, YouTube and apps you may have on your Android device, like Netflix or Showtime. If you’re looking for a specific show, say, X-Files, you can use the new search feature and see which of your streaming apps have it.

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