Chromecast is a great little piece of hardware which is rather capable considering its price. You can get seamless connection between your Android or iOS phone with your TV for as little as $35. Get all your content from your Android or iOS devices to your TV and watch it in style, on a big beautiful screen, whether we're talking about YouTube videos, series, movies or whatever content you like to watch. Google really did surprise everyone back when they announced the Chromecast last year at that price point, it sold out incredibly fast. If you recall what a huge fail Nexus Q was, then you understand why people were so pleasantly surprised when Google presented this thing.
That being said, Google has a special offer for you if you buy a Chromecast. If you purchase this dongle via Google Play Store until the end of September you'll get three months of unlimited music through Google Play All Access. After that period the service will cost you the standard $9.99 a month. If you're a using Google's service instead of Pandora, Spotify or something else, this might be a great offer for you. Keep in mind that this offer is available only to new subscribers though and you can grab it if you purchase a Chromecast until September 30th.
One aspect that I forgot to mention in the previous paragraph is gaming. If you're a heavy Android gamer and you'd like to get your content on a nice big screen, Chromecast is also a great option. Basically any content you'd like to portray on a bigger screen directly from your Android or iOS device you can via this little dongle. I'm not much of a TV guy I guess, though I have tried this thing out and have seen it in action multiple times, it is really a great gadget and I actually might get one for myself if I decide to purchase a newer TV in the future. Do you own a Chromecast, how do you like it?