Apple Music Can Now Play on Google Assistant-enabled Smart Speakers

Your Apple Music can now be enabled on smart speakers and displays that are working along with Google Assistant. Apple Music is the second most used music streaming service and it acquires 19% of the market shares. The service is used by approximately 60 million users all over the world and this support will be appreciated by all its users for sure.

Google has started rolling out Apple Music to its Google Assistant-enabled smart speakers and displays so users of Google Nest Audio, Nest Hub Max, Nest Mini, or any other Google Assistant smart speaker or displays will be able to stream their favorite music directly from Apple music. The subscribers of the music streaming service will have access to more than 70 million songs and albums to play from and the best part is that they will all play without any disturbances from advertisements.

Apple Music on Google Assistant

You can also create your playlist and just ask the google assistant to directly play those by using the voice commands. You can do the following steps to enable Apple Music. Firstly, you will have to link your Apple Music account to the Google Home App and set it as a default for streaming songs. Then give a voice command to your google assistant saying “Hey Google, play New Music daily playlist” or “Hey Google, play music“or even ask to play your music library.

The countries that will be getting this are U.S., U.K., France, Germany, and Japan today. While others might have to wait for a little but it will surely be rolled out soon. If you are having multiple Google assistant enabled speakers or display then use the recently added multi-room control feature to move your music from one room to another dynamically, giving commands like “Hey Google, play music on all my speakers.“

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