Google announced today a public SDK for Chromecast allowing developers to build support for casting into Android, Chrome, and iOS apps and websites.

If you’re a developer looking to bring your content to the big screen, head on over to the Google Developers Blog for a deep dive into the nuts and bolts of it all. Meanwhile, for everyone else, a current list of apps that work with Chromecast can be found at chromecast.com/apps.

The Chromecast currently supports a number of content streaming services including Netflix, Hulu, HBO, Pandora, YouTube, and more.

Google introduced support for Plex, Vevo, Songza and more last December shortly after introducing a Chromecast section to the Google Play Store.

Today’s announcement likely means support for a lot more services from networks and independent providers as developers can build in support on Android, Chrome, and iOS apps and websites independently.

 

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