Let The Music OUT!
With advance technology, where we have mighty computers in our pockets that can do everything from hail a cab, order a pizza, solve a complex math equation and play our favorite tunes – we are a society that is curling more and more into ourselves. Happy in our own little mobile phone worlds where we can choose to connect to each other digitally. Thankfully, tech is finally advancing to being able to share the apps we love the most. Now, Google has released Google Chromecast Audio – a simple device that allows you to stream your music from your phone to your speakers. The reviewer has been compensated in the form of a Best Buy Gift Card and/or received the product/service at a reduced price or for free.
Share The Tunes!
I love listening to music as I work on the computer (writing amazing articles like these no less) and when I clean the house (because that’s a never ending job). When I turn music on, the kids seem to behave a little better and best yet, there’s no whiny TV cartoon characters to listen to. I can’t express enough how rad Google Chromecast Audio is, it has changed our days for the listening betterment of our ears. By using my phone, it’s easy to play, pause, or change the volume from anywhere in the home. And while streaming, I’m still able to text or call without interrupting what’s playing or draining my battery. That makes all the difference!
Crystal Clear Hi Res Sound
Google Chromecast Audio enables you to play music on your speakers, new or old, wirelessly from your phone, laptop or tablet. Because Chromecast Audio uses WiFi instead of Bluetooth, you can stream crystal clear hi res sound. The music on my phone apps are so much better than the radio because they’re designed specifically to me (hello Florence And The Machine on repeat). The clarity of the sound is perfection and I love being able to share my music with the entire household. I haven’t tried it yet, but by connecting Google Chromecast Audio devices together so you can listen to the same song on multiple speakers.
Stream millions of songs, radio stations, and podcasts through apps like Pandora, Spotify, YouTube Music, and Google Play Music. Find more at Chromecast Apps.