Best Chromecast apps for Android


The Chromecast is the most popular video streaming device for TVs. If you have a Chromecast, you’ll want to check out the best Chromecast apps for Android.

1. Netflix

Netflix is one of the best Chromecast apps. Everybody knows what Netflix is so there really isn’t much new information here. It has been continuously updated and improved over the years and the developers have done well with keeping with the latest design trends. Streaming is almost uninterrupted as long as your connection holds out. Their selection is among the best and their original programming is considered on par with the best out there. It’s worth a try since you can usually get a free trial for signing up.

2. Hulu

Hulu is one of the most popular Chromecast apps. It features current and modern TV shows along with a few movies. It’s also a good spot for anime fans. You can put shows on a watchlist and stream it to your TV via Chromecast. They also recently launched a TV service for $39.99 per month. It includes over 50 channels. The UI is a little clunky, but nothing too serious. The live TV subscription also includes regular Hulu content as well and that makes it a decent bargain. You could definitely do worse. The Chromecast support is excellent as well.

3. Pandora Radio

People have been using Pandora for years to discover new music, listen to random radio stations, and more. It’s simple, it works well, and it’s compatible with virtually everything. That includes the Chromecast. Pandora, along with iHeartRadio, are excellent apps to just toss on the TV and jam out for a while. You can pay $4.99 per month to remove advertisements. Alternatively, you’ll soon be able to get Pandora Premium for $9.99 per month. That will allow for on-demand streaming of any song in their library. It’s a heavy hitter and it’s a must for Chromecast owners.

4. Plex

Plex streams video content from your computer to almost anywhere. The app lets you stream it from your computer to your phone and then directly to the Chromecast. It takes a bit of time to set up because you need a home server on your computer, but it works great once you do. You’ll be able to use most of the features with the free version. However, you will need to fork out a small, one-time fee to use the Android app. You can also get Plex Pass for $3.99 per month. It’s powerful way to get video from your computer to your TV without any cables.

5. PocketCasts

For listening to podcasts Pocket Casts is best out there. As it turns out, it also has Chromecast support. There are a lot of podcasts ( including video and audio podcasts) that you can subscribe to. Some other feature are a dark theme, syncing support, playlists, auto-downloading, and more. This app is one of the best and most stable podcast apps on mobile right now with Chromecast support.

6. Sling TV

Sling TV offers an a la carte style while YouTube TV has a set number of channels for a single price. It says “Stop Paying Too Much For TV!”. Over 100 live channels available to stream instantly on all of your favorite devices. It has two services named:
1. The Sling Orange service
2. The Sling Blue service

7. Local Cast

LocalCast is another great option for those who want to cast their locally stored media. It supports music, TV shows, movies, and images stored on your device. It works with Chromecast supported device. Like other options, it has cloud storage support so you can cast your cloud saved media as well. It can even cast PDF files if you need it to.

8. Spotify

The streaming service has over 30 million tracks along with various radio stations, video content, podcasts, and more. When it comes to popularity in the streaming business it is the king currently. It’s also compatible with most devices. The $9.99 per month plan is basic while the $14.99 per month plan is their family plan (supports up to six people). They also offer discounts for college students.

9. iHeartRadio

iHeartRadio is a streaming service. similarly oprates like Pandora. There are stations that you can listen to. There are also real radio stations that you can tap into. It also has Chromecast support. iHeartRadio is particularly great around the holidays as their holiday stations are second to none in most cases. It’s completely free to use as long as you can tolerate some advertising.

10. Google Photos

Google Photos is the best cloud storage for photos. The service uploads all of your photos for free as long as you don’t mind a minor loss in quality. You can put your photos up on the screen. Additionally, you can create collections in Google Photos and use them as your background when you’re not casting anything. The app is entirely free, again, as long as you don’t mind a small loss in quality. You can pay for Google Drive space if you want to upload and backup the full resolution photos that you take.

These are some of the best apps for chromecasting if you have any other apps which can take place in this list then Let Us Know in comment section below.

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