Globe Telecom brings Chromecast to the Philippines to bring a whole new level of entertainment experience.
The country’s number 1 mobile brand and purveyor of the Filipino digital lifestyle offers a new way to stream our favorite entertainment content at home.
Chromecast is a thumb-sized media streaming device, like a USB flash drive, that you can plug into the HDMI port of your television set at home. I tried using Chromecast, attaching it to my tablet, smartphone and laptop for a better viewing experience. I enjoyed viewing my instagram page on the desktop screen and used certain apps that look more awesome with a larger screen.
At the Chromecast launch event, they showed us that Chromecast can be used as a remote control for TV and even set-up a party at home with the TV set as instant DJ or VJ. For the kids, don’t you think the idea of game-time with smartphones as controllers sounds cool?
Filipinos can enjoy the following Chromecast-ready apps:
- TV & Movies: HOOQ, CrunchyRoll, Stream2Cast, AllCast, Flixster, Dailymotion, Viki, SkyOnline and more.
- Games: Just Dance Now, Monopoly Dash, Wheel of Fortune, Rube, Catch Phrase Blitz, FitFlap, Scrabble Blitz, Alien Invaders, Big Web Quiz and more.
- Sports: NBA App, MLB, Red Bull TV and more.
- Photos & Videos: YouTube, Chrome, Piccastr, BubbleUPnP, Pixlr, Lyve, Avia, Picture Cast, DayFrame and more.
According to Globe, Globe customers can get the Chromecast for free starting at Globe Home Broadband Plan 1299 with free access to HOOQ as well as across all Home Broadband Plans with free access to HOOQ and Spotify or the NBA League Pass soon.
Platinum Home Broadband customers can avail of the Chromecast for free starting at Plan 3749 to Plan 9999 with free access to HOOQ, Spotify, and the NBA League Pass.
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