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Google updates Photos app for iOS, doesn’t bring Chromecast support yet

Google has now brought the redesigned Photos app to iOS. However, it doesn’t have Chromecast support just yet. The app does, however, let you share animations via Whatsapp and Facebook Messenger. Users in the US get the ability to label people and merge face groups. These users can also look for the photo they need using the name of the people in the shots or combine the name with a specific location. Hopefully that feature plus the Chromecast support makes its way to us soon.

Source: Google Photos | Via: Engadget | Download: iTunes App Store (Free)


Google Slides gets AirPlay, Chromecast support for streaming presentations

Google is giving offices, particularly smaller companies and startups, a cheaper option to showing presentations. The Google Slides app now supports Chromecast and AirPlay, which means you can stream your presentations to a TV that has Apple TV or Chromecast attached to it. The Slides app also turns your device into a remote control so you can see your notes without it showing up on the TV and there are slide timers to help keep your presentation moving.

Source: ZDNet


Queue YouTube videos on the Web for Chromecast

YouTube recently updated its service to introduce a new queuing feature for sharing clips to your Chromecast. The feature is set to be available in the coming week and it will let you use a single tab on your browser to cast videos and then continue browsing to line up more clips. You can also cast playlists if you want. YouTube has also unified the Add to Playlist and Share buttons on the desktop to match what it looks like on mobile and to make it simpler to create playlists and share clips.

Source: YouTube’s Google+ | Via: The Next Web


Review: Roku Streaming Stick

Text and photos by Simon Cohen

 Tons of features, good performance and an unbeatable price make the Roku Streaming Stick by far the best value in the increasingly busy Smart-TV add-on category.

If you already own a Smart TV—a WiFi-connected, app-enabled HDTV—you really don’t need to read this. That’s because the Roku family of devices (to which the Roku Streaming Stick is the latest addition) is for all of us poor shmoes stuck with TVs that have no way of talking to the internet and thus no way to access content providers like Netflix, Crackle, CrunchyRoll or YouTube unless we stretch a very long and trip-hazard-creating HDMI cable from our PC/laptop to our TV sets. Don’t laugh. People do that. For real.

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