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Google opened Chromecast to developers, announced SDK

sfcrazy (1542989) writes | about 7 months ago

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sfcrazy (1542989) writes "Google has finally released the SDK for Chromecast which will allow 3rd party developers to stream content to the living room via Chromecast. The living room is going to get more exciting! When Google broke Koushik Dutta's (CyanogenMOD fame) app it was met with criticism. However it was assumed that Google was positioning Chromecast as a streaming device and was focusing on getting content providers for it before it engage developers to add support for their apps. Now when Google has succeed in getting a long list of content providers to bring their content on Chromecast, the company is opening the device to developers. It is finally open?"
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