Free For All! $35 Google Play Credit with Purchase of Nexus 7 and Chromecast

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In addition to release the white Nexus 7 2013 out of nowhere today, Google is also running a new promotion where you essentially get a Chromecast for free when you buy it with a Nexus 7. To get the promotion you simply add both a Nexus 7 2013 edition to your cart, in any storage size or color, and add a Chromecast to the cart as well. Once your order ships Google will send you a $35 Play Store credit, which will enable you to get all sorts of media, games and apps on your new and old devices alike. Chromecast has recently won the #1 spot on TIME's "top ten of everything in 2013" list, and there's a very good reason for that.  The device acts like a media hub for your TV, allowing you to remotely control movies, music and other media with your phone, tablet, PC, Mac or Chromebook, and even mirror your computers screen when using Chrome as your web browser.

Google has also been supporting the fledgling device like crazy, and just added 10 new supported apps to the list of Chromecast apps today, meaning you can do pretty much anything you want with the Chromecast at this point.  Apps like Plex let you send your own pictures and videos to Chromecast, and with YouTube, VEVO, HBO Go and Hulu support you can pretty much throw away your cable box. Not to mention the fact that the development kit was recently released, which means more app support will be pouring in very soon. If you're looking for an incredible entertainment deal right now there's never been a better time than with the Nexus 7 and a Chromecast.  Hit up the Play Store and grab yourself a Nexus 7 and a Chromecast now!

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