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Tidal adds Chromecast support for its iOS and Android apps

The update's out right now on iTunes and Google Play.
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Next time Bey drops a surprise album -- and with Lemonade's success, we wouldn't be surprised -- you can beam it straight to a Chromecast-enabled TV or speakers. Tidal's latest app refresh adds Chromecast support for iPhones, iPads and Android devices, so you can watch Queen B and Riri slay in their music videos on a bigger screen. The update's out right now and rolls out with some playlist queue improvements and bug fixes. We only hope the feature's here to stay even if Apple ends up buying Jay-z's streaming service.

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