World Cup 2014 starts today, ready your Android and Chromecast devices
With the World Cup starting today, you may want to tune in, but may not be close to a TV with a cable or satellite connection. Don’t fret, as this year you can tune in with your Android device with the WatchESPN app.
The WatchESPN app can even stream to your Chromecast, so that’s even better. All you have to do is sign-in with your service provider – if you don’t have cable or satellite TV, ask a friend or family member for some help.
According to my app and at the time of writing this, the opening ceremony is just about to start at noon MST (I live in Boulder, CO), then you can tune into the Brazil vs. Croatia match.
Enjoy soccer (or football) fans!
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