Google has been releasing a lot of high-quality video streaming apps over the past few years, and it looks like it’s about to get even better.
The company announced today that its Chromecast streaming box will be the first to offer full access to Apple TV apps on Android devices.
This means that you’ll be able to access your favorite shows, movies, music, and more from your Chromecast’s big screen and from the Apple TV’s big front-facing speakers.
For the first time, this is the first device to support Android apps.
It will be interesting to see how well this works on other devices.
The Chromecast will work on Android tablets, too, as Google has also confirmed that it’s making its new Chromecast-powered Nexus Player tablet the first tablet to run the new iOS 10.
It’s also worth noting that Chromecast owners who have purchased an Apple television will be able stream content to their Chromecast via AirPlay or AirPlay-compatible Apple TV devices, so there’s still a lot more room for Apple to expand the ecosystem.
The Chromecast is only available in select countries at this point, and you’ll need to sign up for an Apple account in order to use the app on the device.
It looks like the Chromecast could be the last major streaming box to offer access to iOS apps on Apple TV.
However, Google is already planning to launch a dedicated Chromecast app for the Apple device in the near future.
If it doesn’t launch sooner, expect the Chromecasts to be a major hit for Apple’s streaming service.