For only $35, you can add Chromecast to your magic bag of Church Tech awesomeness.
Chromecast will level up your Church media and best of all, it’s easy to use.
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Chromecast was released earlier this week and stores quickly sold out. This is probably the closest Google has ever been to selling an anticipated product like Apple has traditionally been with their pods and pads.
Simply put, Chromecast bridges the gap between your device and your television screen. It’s brilliant, really. Millions of people sit with their laptop, smartphone or tablet why they watch TV. Google took that scenario and capitalized on it, pushing traditional television viewing off the screen and pulling YouTube (and others) front and center.
I would imagine how you’re thinking about using this. Not just in your living room, but in the Church setting, too!
- Stream online video, music and more to your TV using your smartphone, tablet, or laptop
- Supports Netflix, YouTube, Google Play, as well as select web content through your Chrome browser
- Works with Android, iOS, Chrome for Mac, and Chrome for Windows
- Easy setup: Plug into any HDTV and connect to your home WiFi network
- Box includes Chromecast, HDMI extender, USB power cable, and power adapter
It’s obvious to see that Chromecast is really handy, and for only $35, it’s hard to argue.
Since Chromecast uses connectivity via WiFi, you could easily connect to your overhead projection or compatible televisions. Showing videos for youth group or clips during a sermon would be really easy! Not to mention traveling ministers who could easily project their presentations straight from their mobile device.
As Chromecast development moves forward and the hardware spreads, I’m sure more and more creative uses will spring up.
How would you use Chromecast in the Church?