Google’s streaming device Chromecast has turned one as it celebrates its first birthday today. And on the occasion, the tech giant has gifted the music lovers with a lucrative deal.
Last year, the USD 35 streaming stick was launched by Google in an attempt to serve the tech lovers with an easiest mode to assess online video and music on television sets via smartphone, laptop or tablet.
The media player has done an impressive progress in this one year period. It has overwhelmed the users with a ton of fascinating features.
On Chromecast’s birthday, Google has announced a promotional offer for the users. Buyers who are interested in getting Chromecast before the end of September this year, get an offer of availing 3 months of Google Play Music All Access, Google’s version of Spotify and Beats Music. All you need to do is, just pay USD 9.99 a month and get three months of All Access to the music service, which is valued at about USD 30. The subscribers will get unlimited access to 25 million songs and that too without ads.
This streaming device has expanded its reach to a more wider audience with its sales reaching across 20 countries including Ireland. Apart from Google Play devices store, Chromecast is available in 30,000 stores worldwide.
Addition of more and more fascinating features has made Chromecast a more advanced and true streaming over-the-top device replacement.
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