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Google this morning announced that its $35 streaming stick now supports four new services. Starting today, you can now cast content from PBS Kids, DailyBurn, Stevie, and Deezer to the Chromecast. DailyBurn users will now have access to all of the service’s HD workout videos to stream to the Chromecast. DailyBurn offers virtual workout classes raining from 15 minutes to over an hour-long with a variety of activities, such as cardio, yoga, and dancing.

Deezer is a music streaming service similar to Spotify and Beats. With Chromecast support, Premium+ Deezer subscribers can now beam music from their Android phone or tablet to the big screen. The company has also introduced a new feature that allows multiple devices to connect to the same Chromecast and fight over what to listen to. It’s important to note, however, that Deezer is not currently supported in the United States.

Finally, both PBS Kids and Stevie have announced that you can now beam their content to your TV via the Chromecast. Stevie is a service that essentially turns your TV into a live feed of Facebook and Twitter. The service prioritizes videos and images and then overlays tweets and text on top.

To stream to Chromecast from these four apps, look for the ‘Cast’ icon within each of them.

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