Cross posted from 9to5Google.com
If you’re a developer looking to bring your content to the big screen, head on over to the Google Developers Blog for a deep dive into the nuts and bolts of it all. Meanwhile, for everyone else, a current list of apps that work with Chromecast can be found at chromecast.com/apps.
The Chromecast currently supports a number of content streaming services including Netflix, Hulu, HBO, Pandora, YouTube, and more.
Google introduced support for Plex, Vevo, Songza and more last December shortly after introducing a Chromecast section to the Google Play Store.
Today’s announcement likely means support for a lot more services from networks and independent providers as developers can build in support on Android, Chrome, and iOS apps and websites independently.
Chromecast SDK is now open to all developers, look forward to all the new apps coming— Sundar Pichai (@sundarpichai) February 3, 2014
- Google Chromecast $25 for .EDU emails or $30 for everyone else(9to5toys.com)
- Google Chromecast streaming media player $30 or $25 for students (Reg. $35)(9to5toys.com)