Will Chromecast work with an iPad?

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Can you use Google’s new Chomecast TV dongle with an iPad, or does it only work with Android devices?

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jimlynch
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How to setup and use Google Chromecast with your iPhone, iPad, or Mac
http://www.imore.com/if-youre-getting-chromecast-heres-everything-you-ne...

"The Google Chromecast is one of the hot tickets in the tech world right now, and while it has somewhat limited functionality compared to something like an Apple TV, there's a lot to be said for it. It's only $35 for starters, and has cross-platform functionality – though Google's idea of cross-platform is still limited to ChromeOS and the Chrome browser, iOS and Android. That's great news for us however, as with Netflix and YouTube initially – and likely Google Play Music when it finally makes the jump to iOS – supported already, we can get in on the action. So, if you're tempted, keep on scrolling for everything you need to know!"

Christopher Nerney
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Yes, you can use Chromecast with your iPad. Google designed the device to work with Android, iOS, Chrome OS and the Chrome browser.

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