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Spotify will finally beam songs to Chromecast

Billy Steele
09.29.15
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If you've been itchin' to use Spotify alongside Google's streaming dongle, you'll soon get that chance. The music-streaming service will finally be available for use on Chromecast. As you might expect, Spotify will play nice with the new version of the streaming accessory and you can also play songs with the newfangled Chromecast Audio, too. Before now, Spotify users weren't privy to Google's Cast tech for speakers, having to use Bluetooth or the service's own Connect feature to wrangle wireless connectivity directly from its app. Chromecast compatibility is set to arrive via a firmware update "over the next few weeks," so you should be able to use the duo together soon enough.

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