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Chromecast Turns One and Crosses 400 Million Casts

Chromecast Turns One and Crosses 400 Million Casts

by Abhishek VoheraJuly 26, 2014

Happy Birthday Chromecast !!! Today(24th July), Chromecast turns one year old and have successfully completed over 400 millions cast in this one year period. Google says, Chromecast is built to make it easier for people to enjoy their favorite entertainment from their phone, tablet or laptop on the largest screen in the house—the TV.

Chromecast Turns One

Chromecast is the brainchild of Mario Queiroz, Google’s vice president of product management and he says – Chromecast was always designed with a low price point in mind. The 35$ price of Chromecast make all the users to give a try to amazing gadget and make most out of it.

And since no birthday would be complete without presents, Google is giving Chromecast owners a free 90-day trial subscription to its streaming music service Google Play Music All Access. That offer is redeemable through September,specifically from July 24, 2014 to September 30, 2014.

Google Play Music Chromecast

Google also post on a blogpost that – “We’ve added hundreds of your favorite apps, including WatchESPN, Pandora, Hulu Plus, HBO GO and PBS Kids; announced new features like mirroring your Android device to the TV and expanded to 30,000 stores across 20 countries.”

If you already have a Chromecast, go to to redeem this offer and have a great experience using it. We hope that Google soon brings the device to many other countries like India, which have surprisingly been absent from Chromecast’s launch list.

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Abhishek Vohera
Abhishek Vohera is the Founder and Chief Editor at Above Android. He is from Mumbai, India. Abhishek is a Software Engineer at Multi-National Company by profession and Blogger and SEO expert by passion. He is crazy about Android and a true Google Fan Boy.
  • MaryMWithrow

    I have the Roku and the Chromecast and really still prefer the Roku. I expected better apps or is it just me? lol –

  • Roku is the best alternative.