The all-new Chromecast has introduced a fun new way to discover binge-worthy television
When it comes to streaming gadgets, the biggest brands on the market are Chromecast with Google TV and Amazon Fire TV. Both lightweight devices offer similar features, from beautiful menus with high-resolution illustrations, voice search, access to all the biggest streaming apps and lists to keep track of shows and movies on various video-on-demand platforms, and more.
However, Google is introducing a new feature that is unlike anything Fire TV owners will be familiar with.
Dubbed Watch with Me, the new feature brings together movie and television recommendations from A-list celebrities. In addition to box sets and movies, the special Watch With Me page also features an exclusive interview with the featured celeb, where they’ll discuss their picks and why you should start binging their favorites.
The first Watch With Me will star Emmy-nominated actor and LGBTQ+ campaigner Laverne Cox.
Google has not revealed the names of the celebrities queuing for the Orange is the new black star. However, this is a pretty unique way to find your next favorite box set. With the wealth of new series available on Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, Disney+, Apple TV+, YouTube and NOW, to name a few, it can be hard to wade through the endless titles and settle for something. to look at.,
Laverne Cox is the first star to be featured in the new Watch With Me series
Both the Chromecast with Google TV and Fire TV try to solve this headache by making recommendations based on your viewing habits.
So, if you use your set-top box to binge endless true crime documentaries, don’t be surprised if people like Making A Murderer, The Jinx and The stairs are marked front and center when you turn on the box after work.
While music streaming apps like Apple Music have tapped into celebrities to curate playlists of their favorite songs, Watch With Me is the first time we’ve seen a similar approach to streaming shows and blockbusters.
Chromecast with Google TV is available now and costs £59.99.
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