Freeview is one of the best streaming services that offer more than 70 SD channels and 15+ high-definition channels for streaming. It has a user-friendly interface that lets you choose your favorite programs without any hassle. As Freeview is UK based streaming platform it covers almost all the popular movies and TV shows available in the United Kingdom. You can stream all the available content without any subscription and limitation. You can cast your favorite Freeview videos to your TV via Chromecast.
You can use either of the two below ways to cast Freeview video to your bigger TV screen.
- From Smartphone
- From PC browser
How to Chromecast Freeview from Smartphone
 Set up your Chromecast device and ensure to connect your Chromecast & smartphone to the same WiFi network.
 Install the Freeview app from the Google Play Store or App Store.
 Open the Freeview app and log in to your account.
 Click on the Cast icon on the top of the screen.
 Your Chromecast device will appear. Click on it.
 On the Freeview app, play any video you want.
 Now, the video will appear on your TV via Chromecast.
 When you are done with your casting, click the Cast icon again and tap on the Stop Casting button.
How to Chromecast Freeview from PC
 Under the same WiFi connection, connect your Chromecast device and PC.
 Open the latest version of Chrome browser on your PC and go to the Freeview website.
 Click Sign in and get into your Freeview account.
 Choose any video that you want to cast.
 Right-click on the screen and select the Cast icon from the Chrome menu.
 Choose your Chromecast device from the list.
 Now, the video will be streamed on the Chromecast-connected TV.
Though Freeview is a free streaming app, it offers popular channels including SBS, ABC, ABC News 24, Channel 9, Food Network, TEN, ONE, 7TWO, and more Freeview app is definitely the best option for those who are looking to watch SD channels without a fee.
Yes. Freeview supports Chromecast as it comes with an in-built cast option.
You get 100+ channels like ITV Hub, BBC iPlayer, and My5.