TVs Will Soon be Able to Stream TikTok Videos from Android Phones
As part of a broader initiative to improve the interoperability of its devices, Alphabet Inc.'s Google is collaborating with TikTok to broadcast videos from Android phones to televisions.
A statement from ByteDance Ltd. on January 9 stated that Android users would be able to see video snippets from the TikTok app on TVs that have Google Chromecast installed.
The Apple TV set-top box may share video from an iPhone using the AirPlay service, which is comparable to that of Apple Inc.
The annual CES technology conference officially began on January 9 and this is just one of numerous announcements Google is making there.
Showing off new capabilities for TVs, vehicles, phones, and earbuds, the business has a sizable display on the Las Vegas Strip.
TikTok videos will soon be streamable to TVs from Android phones
Another feature allows a user to start a podcast on an Android phone and then transfer it to a docked Pixel Tablet at home.
It is similarly comparable to one offered by Apple. This year, Spotify and YouTube Music will get the feature.
Additionally, there is a feature that expedites the process of pairing new speakers and earphones with Google TV devices.
Actually, Google is also facilitating cross-device data sharing.
This contains a brand-new Quick Share function that allows transmit photos and other data and was created in collaboration with Samsung Electronics Co.
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