Rhapsody and Napster Receive Chromecast Support

Users of the two apps can now send content to the TV

  Chromecast gets more compatible apps
Google Chromecast has been around for a good few months already and recently it’s been getting a lot more app support. The most recent additions are Rhapsody and Napster.

Google Chromecast has been around for a good few months already and recently it’s been getting a lot more app support. The most recent additions are Rhapsody and Napster.

“Android users unite. Rhapsody and Napster subscribers using Android can now stream their favorite music throughout their home with Google Chromecast. Chromecast makes it easy to cast your favorite playlists, tracks and stations directly to your TV by firing up your Rhapsody or Napster app and casting via your Android smartphone or tablet,” starts off an announcement coming from the company.

Basically, you will now be able to cast Rhapsody and Napster tracks instantly, without interruption of ads, from the vast catalog of tracks available.

“Casting music with Rhapsody and Napster is perfect for entertaining or if you are just relaxing at home, giving you the big screen advantage while keeping your music within arm’s reach,” the company explains. d

The entire process is quite simple and only requires the push of a button. The Android apps for Rhapsody and Napster now include Cast icons which will send your content straight to the Chromecast-connected TV.

“Adding support for Google Chromecast is another example of our commitment to giving music lovers more ways to easily enjoy the music they love in the comfort of their own home without interruption,” said Paul Springer, the Senior Vice President of Americas and Chief Product Officer for Rhapsody.

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