Google's new Photowall image streaming app for Chromecast

Google's new Photowall image streaming app for Chromecast

Available for free on iOS and Android devices

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Google's newly released app, Photowall, allows its users doodle on their own images and then beam them to a television via Chromcast

Google's new app - for iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Android handsets and Android tablets - is the way of the future for creative image sharing as it turns your Chromecast-connected television into a unique interactive picture frame.

The new photo app allows one or more Photowall users to beam photos from their device to their TV, with the added fun ability to doodle and annotate any image before streaming it live to a big-screen display.

Photowall will even auto-create a YouTube video of your drawn-on photos, allowing users to share a photo presentation with whoever they like.

"Photowall for Chromecast is a new Chrome Experiment that lets people collaborate with images on the TV - using phones or tablets. Anyone can take a picture and send it to a Photowall to instantly see it on the big screen," stated Google in the app's description, "When you're finished, a YouTube video of your Photowall is automatically generated."

After Google recently expanded the availability of the Chromecast into new countries, the new app – for iOS and Android devices – can now be found in Canada, the UK, France, Germany, Spain, Italy, Norway, the Netherlands, Sweden, Denmark and Finland.

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