Just Dance Now on Chromecast

If you haven’t downloaded Just Dance Now on your mobile device or tablet, we’ve got yet another reason for you to join the millions who already have. (And if you’re already enjoying Just Dance Now? Here’s another way to shake your tailfeathers!) Google recently announced that Just Dance Now will be included on Chromecast. That means your television – even if it’s not already a smart TV – can easily become the perfect screen for you and your pals to get your groove on.

Just Dance Now on Chromecast

Just Dance Now allows an unlimited number of users to dance together using their smartphones as a motion controller. All you need is a 2G, 3G, 4G or wifi connection and an internet-connected screen. And now with Chromecast, it’s even easier to turn your living room into a ballroom using your home TV. The app connects with both iPhone and Android phones, so no matter what you and your pals have in your pockets, you’re good to go.

For more details on Just Dance Now, including available songs, head to:
Just Dance Now Is Available… Now!

Just Dance Now

Just Dance Now

Just Dance Now

Release date — October, 2014
Developer — Ubisoft Paris
Just Dance Now introduces a revolutionary way to play Just Dance: use your smartphone as a controller, go to JustDanceNow.com on a computer, and follow the dancer on the screen! Anyone can join the game at any time and there is no limit to the number of players! In addition to over 40 greatest hits from the Just Dance catalog, you can keep the party going thanks to new songs always being added! With Just Dance Now, dancing has never been so liberating and fun! Dance anywhere, anytime with anyone!

ESRB Rating: RP
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