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Briefly: Crackle, Rdio, receive Chromecast support

updated 09:11 pm EDT, Mon March 31, 2014

Crackle adds Chromecast, iOS 7 optimization

Movie and TV show streaming app, Crackle, has received an update today. Central to the app's update is its new support for Google Chromecast, allowing Crackle users to stream content from its service through to one's Chromecast device ($35), and view content on one's HDTV. Crackle features a wide variety of video media for free, including original content such as Jerry Seinfeld's Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee. Available for iOS and Android devices, Crackle is free to download.



Music streaming service, Rdio, also receives Chromecast support

Music streaming service Rdio has announced that its users can now "cast" songs to albums, stations and playlists to one's TV, and is supported across Android and iOS devices, and Chrome for Mac and Windows. Upon signing up for a free trial, users can access over 20 million songs through Rdio, and to play through Chromecast.



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