Crackle is a very popular streaming video service, largely due to the fact that it is free. This comes at the expense of ads during your videos, but still offers a convenient way to watch a number of movies.
Crackle is also compatible with Google’s Chromecast, which means that you can watch Crackle videos on your TV. So continue below to find out how you can watch Crackle on the Chromecast using an iPhone.
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Crackle on the Chromecast with an iPhone
This tutorial will assume that you already have installed the Crackle app on your iPhone, and that both your iPhone and Chromecast are connected to the same Wi-Fi network. If not, you can learn how to download an app to your iPhone< here/a>, or you can learn how to connect your iPhone to a Wi-Fi network here.
Step 1: Turn on your TV and switch it to the input channel to which the Chromecast is connected.
Step 2: Open the Crackle app.
Step 3: Tap the screen icon at the top of the screen.
Step 4: Select the Chromecast option.
Note that the screen icon will turn blue when it is connected to the Chromecast, as in the image below.
Step 5: Select the video that you want to watch.
Step 6: Tap the Play button on the video to send it to the Chromecast so that you can watch it on your TV.
– You can disconnect from the Chromecast by tapping the screen icon at the top of your screen, then select the Disconnect option.
– If the screen icon does not turn blue, then your phone is not connected to the Chromecast. Make sure that you are on the same wireless network as the Chromecast. If you are on the same network and still cannot connect, try unplugging the Chromecast from the TV (unplug the power cable as well, if you are using one), then plugging it in again.
There are a lot of other apps that are compatible with the Chromecast, including Pandora. Learn how to use Pandora with the Chromecast here.
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