Google is rolling out ad-Free Chrome Cast-enabled devices to more users in China, the US, and more.
The move comes as Google and Apple have been working to build out a free, ad-supported version of Apple’s iOS and OS X platforms.
Google, meanwhile, is offering ChromeCast ad- free features that allow users to watch YouTube videos and download apps without ever leaving their browser.
The ChromeCast announcement comes a day after Google and Adobe said they are rolling out Ad-Free Chromecast in the US.
Google’s announcement comes after Apple announced in October that it will offer a version of its iOS and macOS apps and the latest versions of YouTube and Netflix.
Ad-Free ChromebooksGoogle says it is rolling ChromeCast to more Chrome users in the world.
The company says it will enable Ad- Free Chrome Cast to people who are eligible for a free Chromebook.
Users will need to be signed in to the Chrome Web Store to enable Ad Free ChromeCast.
The device is still not ready to go on sale yet.
Google said Ad-FREE Chrome Cast will be available to new Chromecast owners from the end of March.
AdFree ChromeCast is a feature Google announced earlier this year, and the feature is now available for those who want to use it, the company said.
Ad- FREE Chrome Cast was introduced in 2016 and was initially only available to those who were running Chrome versions 8.0 and higher.