Chromecast – How I can convert normal TV to Smart TV?

Chromecast is a device that you plug into your TV’s HDMI port. Using your smartphone or computer as a remote control, you can use Chromecast to access video content from Netflix, YouTube, Hulu, the Google Play Store and other services. Chromecast is a hardware device designed and developed by Google.

Benefits of Chromecast?

Wireless stream entertainment from your device to your TV.Simply use your device and the TV you own to stream TV shows, movies, games and more. Chromecast works with iPhone®, iPad®, Android phone and tablet, Mac® and Windows® laptop and Chromebook.Chromecast

How much it will cost?

There are two version of google Chromecast –

  • Chromecast – $35
  • Chromecast Ultra – $70

Of the two devices, which should you buy? As always in these kinds of decisions, it depends entirely on how you use content. If you don’t have a 4K TV, or don’t have an HDR compatible TV there is no reason to buy a Chromecast Ultra. If you do want to access UHD content and do have a compatible TV, it may be worth investing the extra in the Chromecast Ultra.

How to configure Chromecast?

 

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Is there any other alternative of Chromecast?

  • Amazon Fire TV
  • Apple TV
  • Samsung Allshare Cast
  • Roku Streaming Stick
  • Some other best alternatives

Still waiting for the ideal streaming TV interface

Conclusion – 

I have recently bought the Chromecast and enjoying the streaming using iPhone and Laptop. As much as I love the new Chromecast, it may not be worth replacing an existing old Chromecast if you already own one. The new version is the most affordable choice for anyone who hasn’t bought into Google’s streaming platform yet.

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