4 Cool Things Your Google Chromecast Can Do

Google is one of the best ways to help bring simplicity into your life. From all the online platforms to the ways it filters into your 3D life, it brings all kinds of coherence and ease into your life.  From your email and online storage to news and digital maps, Google has you covered. And now, Google can even bring simplicity and transformation to your TV with Chromecast.

The biggest appeal of Chromecast sits in its ability to be portable, and how user-friendly it is. It is so easy to use, all you have to do is plug it in, connect to Wi-Fi, and you’ll be streaming Netflix, Spotify, HBO Max, Hulu, and whatever else you want from your mobile device or PC to the TV.

  1. Personalize

When you set up your Google TV, go to the home screen and select your profile. Select Add Account. Sign in to the Google account you want to add, answer the profile setup questions, then select the streaming services you want to associate with the profile. This means everyone in your household can have their own personalized account that saves all their own streaming and watching information. Much like everyone needs their own account to play at Lucky Creek online casino, Chromecast keeps everyone’s streaming separate.

  1. Bigger Meetings

Revolutionize your video meetings by casting your Google Meet meetings to your TV, while still using your computer for the camera, microphone, and audio. Download the Meet app, open your meeting using Google Calendar or the Meet app, and select Cast this meeting.

  1. Ethernet Adaptor

The Chromecast will change your life when streaming anything like Netflix, YouTube, and other content from mobile devices to your TV. But for it to stream effortlessly you need a really strong Wi-Fi connection for seamless streaming. If super-fast and strong Wi-Fi is not something you have then Google has an affordable ethernet adapter for the Chromecast with Google TV.

The adapter looks like the existing Chromecast power cord, but the plug end includes a small Ethernet port. Connect an Ethernet cable that’s also connected to your modem to that port, plug the USB end of the adapter into the Chromecast, attach the Chromecast to the HDMI port on your TV, and you’re all good to go.

  1. Guest Mode

One of the greatest features to remember to use on Chromecast is guest mode. If you run a guest house, have family visiting, or just have friends over for a dinner party, you can let them decide what to watch without giving them access to your Wi-Fi. Open the Google Home app, select your Chromecast, tap the settings cog on the top-right, scroll down to Guest Mode, and tap it to turn it on. Then, when guests want to play something, they can tap the cast icon in a supported app, select a nearby device, and enter the four-digit PIN that appears on the TV or that you give to them.

Whether you are a technologically savvy person or not, Google Chromecast has so much to offer everyone and is something that can really bring ease and enjoyment to your life.