Channel 4’s updated video streaming service, All 4, is continuing to make the rounds. Its latest destination; Google’s Chromecast.

Soon users of Google’s new streaming stick will be able to access shows such as First Dates and Gogglebox without having to physically have an App on their TV or to plug their computer in.

All 4 will launch on Chromecast on November 24 bringing with it the broadcaster’s huge back catalogue of shows from the likes of Channel 4, E4 and More4.

Users can already access All 4 from a variety of devices including Roku, PlayStation, iOS, Android, Samsung Smart TVs and the Xbox.

Apple’s fourth generation TV set-top box and Amazon’s Fire TV are now the remaining major holdouts for Channel 4. The broadcaster has yet to announce an App for either device.

To access All 4 on the Chromecast on November 24, users will need either a first or second generation Chromecast. They will also need an Android device with the All 4 App, as iOS support is not due until mid-December.

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