Yesterday, a post on Reddit said that Google's little music streamer, Chromecast Audio, had ended. Unfortunately, it turned out to be true: According to an official statement from Google, the device is no longer manufactured.

A Google spokesman confirmed to the Android police that Chromecast Audio has been interrupted and says:

Our product portfolio continues to evolve, and now we have a variety of products for users to enjoy. We have therefore stopped manufacturing our Chromecast Audio products. We continue to provide help for Chromecast Audio devices so users can continue to enjoy their music, podcasts and more.

With the myriad speakers available with the Chromecast feature embedded, consumers do not harm the way of streaming music at home, but the interruption of Chromecast Audio is still a screaming shame. The device is inexpensive, simple and can add Wi-Fi streaming to any speaker with an extra jack. Devices are currently available for $ 1

5 (it's $ 20 of their original $ 35 MSRP) from a number of stores, but then go snag some before it's too late.