Google has introduced a feature to allow you to watch videos on mobile devices via a Google Chromecast.
Users will be able to use the Chromecast to watch YouTube videos and RTSs.
This feature has been available on the Chromebox since last year, but has only been available for Android devices.
YouTube said that this was due to a bug that could cause the Chromecasters screen to flicker and cause a black screen.
But it seems that a fix has been made to the problem, with Google adding a support page for the feature.
To watch RTS on your Chromecast, head over to the YouTube channel on your device.
YouTube has made it easy for you to play RTS videos using the Chromcast, and the Google Chromecasts app now has a video player, along with a video-player-related search box.
The Chromecast support page says: In addition to the video player and the YouTube app, users can also use the Google Cast as a standalone audio player to listen to RTS audio, which is now supported on Android devices through a new update to the Android operating system.
So if you’re having issues with the Chromethes video player on Android, head to the GoogleCast app and it should resolve your issue.