Google launches seven new video ads to push Chromecast

As streaming video content becomes the norm for a lot of people (well, at least those who have good Internet), all the more important it is to have a good way to do so. Chromecast is one of the easiest ways, not to mention the cheapest, and Google is making sure people don’t forget that during the upcoming holiday buying season. They releases seven new video ads to make a case for a simple “Tap, Tap” to make your favorite videos appear on your bigger TV screen.

The seven videos are made up of one 30-seconder, three 15-seconders, and three 7-seconders. The last two are probably those ads that play before your actual video plays on YouTube, so you might have encountered them before already. They all basically contain the same message and that it is as simple as tapping a couple of buttons for your favorite videos, whether it’s a TV show on Netflix, a movie on Hulu, or cute videos on YouTube, you get to watch them on your TV screen.

The 30-seconder in particular shows you various popular TV series like Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, Game of Thrones, even Seinfeld, plus movies like Ghostbusters, and the aforementioned YouTube videos.. It also shows various apps that you can use to stream all of these onto your bigger screens, like Netflix, Google Play Movies, Spotify, etc. The tagline they’re using is “Tap. Tap. And it’s on your TV”, and most of the time, it really is as simple as that.

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All you would have to do is get the $35 Chromecast dongle, attach it to the HDMI connection on your TV and then start streaming from your phone or tablet by tapping the casting button. In the meantime, get to view all of these very short video ads below.

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