Crackle, Rdio updated with Chromecast support


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Chromecast users have a couple of new apps to use with their $35 bundle of joy, as Rdio and Crackle have just been updated to add that functionality. For Rdio, you’re getting the ability to beam your music over to Chromecast. For Crackle? Your video. It’s as simple as that.

Both apps will have a handy Chromecast button that should guide you along the way, and from there it’s as easy as heading to the app on your phone to control things like volume, pause, rewind, fast forward and skip. Google Play Store links for both are straight ahead, so get to it and enjoy being able to get more of your stuff up on the big screen!

Rdio Google Play download link

Crackle Google Play download link

Quentyn Kennemer
The "Google Phone" sounded too awesome to pass up, so I bought a G1. The rest is history. And yes, I know my name isn't Wilson.

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  1. where is my spotify support?

    1. The support for Chromecast seems to be picking up the pace. I wouldn’t be surprised if Spotify jumped on board within the next couple weeks.

  2. Needs an Amazon Prime Video with Chromecast support.

  3. I haven’t used Crackle since I sold my Google TV boxes last summer, but when I had them, I used Crackle a few times. This is a welcomed addition for cord cutters like me.

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