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Google Photos tests feature to show curated albums on smart displays

You want to show off photos on your smart displays or Chromecast-connected devices? Google Photos is testing out a new feature called Photo Frames for this specific function. It's available in version 4.32 of the app. And it's accessible on the left sidebar. When you select this option, it'll show you a list of Chromecasts or smart displays in your vicinity. Once you've chosen the device you want to display photos on, you can pick the album you want it to show.

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Apple Music might get Chromecast support

There might be a chance for some Google-powered devices to get Apple Music support. 9to5Google discovered multiple lines of code in the Apple Music’s Android app that suggests it could get Chromecast support. Some of these lines of code were added through recent updates. While there is no guarantee this would be a feature, it is a possibility. Apple has previously said it wants its services to be as widely available as possible, so perhaps this is a step in that direction.


Chromecast will now let you skip intros on Netflix

If you use a Chromecast to stream Netflix on your TV, it wasn’t possible to skip through intros when you were binge-watching. That’s just changed. Android Police reports users seeing a new Skip Intro option at the bottom of the controller interface on your phone app. If you’re on Android this should be showing up, but as The Verge pointed out, users on iOS don’t seem to have this functionality just yet.


Samsung Gear VR gets Chromecast streaming support

Google promised at Google I/O that Daydream VR was getting Chromecast streaming support later in the year with the arrival of Daydream 2.0. But it looks like Samsung and Oculus one-upped Google and brought Chromecast streaming support to the Gear VR. The newest version of the Oculus app will now show a Cast button at the top right corner. When you tap on that, it’ll ask you to select the Chromecast-enabled device you want to stream to.

Source: Droid Life