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Rdio and Crackle can now send music and free videos to your Chromecast

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The Chromecast's media universe just got a little bit larger today. You can now stream Rdio's music service through the Google TV adapter using Android, iOS and web apps; you'll get both album art and track details when you send tunes to the big screen. Meanwhile, Crackle has updated its own Android and iOS apps to let you watch its free movies and short videos through Chromecast. Whether you're itching to play Chvrches' album or Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee, you'll find the relevant app updates at the source links.

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