Google Home devices are a great way to listen to music hands-free. There are three different ways to play music on a Google Home device. The first way is to simply ask for it. However, before you can do that, you need to make sure that you have installed your music services inside the Google Home application. Once you have done that, you can say “Hey Google, play some Imagine Dragons” and the device will start playing music from the selected service.
The second way to play music is via any application, such as Google Play Music, Spotify, Deezer, Apple Music, or any other music application that is compatible with Google Home. To check if an application is compatible, look for the “Cast” logo. Once you have found a compatible application, select the device you want to play the music on, and the music will start playing on that device.
The third way to play music on a Google Home device is via Bluetooth. For example, if you are on YouTube, which is not compatible with Google Home, you can pair your phone with the device via Bluetooth. To do this, say “Hey Google, turn on Bluetooth” and follow the instructions. Once you have paired your phone with the device, any music you play on your phone will be played on the Google Home device.
It is important to note that when using the “Cast” method, the phone sends a link to the speaker, not the music itself. The phone acts as a remote control. When using Bluetooth, however, the phone sends the music directly to the device.
In conclusion, there are three ways to play music on a Google Home device. You can ask for it, use a compatible application, or use Bluetooth. With these options, you can enjoy music on your Google Home device in a variety of ways.