FingerCastCanvas is a Chromecast app that turns your TV screen into a crude canvas, letting you daub MarioPaint style sketches from your couch.
Admittedly the app is a little crude but it’s a fun way to show off Chromecast to your mates and have an impromptu game of Pictionary.
While there’s not a built-in fly swatting game there is a mini compendium of three games including noughts and crosses, dots, hangman (or squares or whatever you want to call it).
There’s even a picture viewer letting you share photos snapped on your phone or tablet on your TV. You’ll also be able to scribble all over your snaps on the TV screen, making this app perfect for immature tossers who want to doodle penises on their friends faces.
Other things FingerCastCanvas could definetly do with is an undo/back feature, more colours and a colour dropper.
The free app is currently ad-supported which can make scribbling on your screen a little tricky. If the photo pub plus the option to remove adverts with a one off payment.
Chromecast app support is still limited but FingerCastCanvas is one of the best and most fun free apps we’ve seen so far. Check out our previous round up of Chromecast apps, or Chromecast Tips and Tricks feature, our Chromecast review and video below.