Rdio For iOS Now Supports Google’s Chromecast

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After Facebook snapped up the Oculus Rift, a VR headset maker, we wondered what companies Apple should buy before Mark Zuckerberg or Google got their hands on them. Which of these companies should Apple buy with its mighty cash horde?  Fitbit, Sonos, Telegram.org, Square, Leap Motion, Zstat, Here
After Facebook snapped up the Oculus Rift, a VR headset maker, we wondered what companies Apple should buy before Mark Zuckerberg or Google got their hands on them. Which of these companies should Apple buy with its mighty cash horde? Fitbit, Sonos, Telegram.org, Square, Leap Motion, Zstat, Here

If you’re a big fan of Rdio — after Spotify, the other major streaming music subscription service, which just happens to have much better iOS apps — and you also have a Google Chromecast, good news: Rdio for iOS now supports Google’s streaming HDTV dongle.

There’s other improvements too, including new Album Headers. Here’s what is new:

Chromecast. We now support Chromecast, allowing you to cast songs, albums, stations, and playlists to any TV from your phone or tablet. Control playback from anywhere in your house, and enjoy a beautiful display of album art on your big screen.

– New Album Headers. Featuring a dynamically chosen color that perfectly complements each album’s artwork.

– Various UI improvements and minor bug fixes.

Rdio can be downloaded from the iOS App Store for free, although you’ll need a subscription to stream.

  • brandy

    Yes I have a problem.