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This article was published on July 21, 2014


BBC Sport app gets Chromecast streaming just in time for the Commonwealth Games

BBC Sport app gets Chromecast streaming just in time for the Commonwealth Games Image by: WILLIAM WEST
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Two days before the iconic Commonwealth Games kick off in Glasgow, the BBC Sport app now supports Chromecast streaming.

If you own a HDMI-equipped display and one of Google’s tiny streaming dongles, you can now watch all of the BBC’s sport-related live and on-demand video content hassle-free. As always, just look for the Cast button inside the app and select the relevant dongle to start streaming to your TV.

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The updated iOS and Android apps are available now from their respective digital stores. Download the latest version, sit back and enjoy.

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Featured image credit: WILLIAM WEST/AFP/Getty Images