Google Slides score Chromecast and AirPlay support

In more Chromecasting news, Google Slides gets an update giving it Chromecast and AirPlay support.

In a bid to make your life easier, Google announced that Google Slides has been updated to allow you to present your Slides without the hassle of setting up wires. Wires everywhere.

Now, all you have to do is go through the hassle of setting up a Chromecast or AirPlay device.

While your slides are displayed on the bigger screen, you can use your phone’s screen to control what slide your presentation is on.

On top of this, you can view speaker notes and a timer to keep you on track and moving along.

Where was this built-in timer when I went over my presentation time by 2 minutes and 50 points got deducted from my final grade because of it?

The casting option should now be availible on the Play Store app, iOS app and from the desktop! Although, in my personal opinion, it would be eaiser to hook up an HDMI cable from your laptop/desktop to your TV/projector than it would be to set up the Chromecast, but it is the thought that counts!


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