5 Google Home tips for music lovers

5 Google Home tips for music lovers

Google Home ranks among the best home speakers you can get right now on the market. Google has been working very hard to improve its speaker since the launch day in an attempt to compete with Amazon Echo and Apple HomePod.

Google’s home speaker allows users to listen to music, control playback of videos and interact with Google’s services using their voice commands. With the help of Google’s virtual helper, Assistant, you now can do a lot more things with your Google Home, ranging from controlling home appliances to getting news updates. Google Home serves as a perfect tool for listening to music. With that in mind, we have created a list of the best Google Home tips for music lovers.

The best Google Home tips for music lovers

  1. YouTube Music

There are a number of music services out there you can pick from. Spotify is currently the leading music streaming service on the market, allowing users to access up to 30 million songs. However, if Spotify fails to meet your daily music needs, then give YouTube Music a try.

YouTube Music is one of the most popular music services, letting you listen to millions of songs from your favorite artists. The coolest part is that you can enjoy your music tracks without ads and take your music with you on the go.

  1. Set your default services

If you are a big fan of Spotify, then you can set it as your default music service. To do this, launch the Google Home app on your Android or iPhone and then hit the three-line button at the top left corner. After that, select Music and hit the radio button next to the service you wish to use with your Google Home (you can also link your accounts with your speaker). Once you are done, you now can play your music using your voice commands. However, you can still use other services with Google Home like Google Play Music and YouTube.

  1. Create an audio group

One of the best things when it comes to Google Home lies in the ability to create an audio group. This comes in handy if you have more than one Google Home speaker. However, the method used to set up multi-room audio is not straightforward. With that in mind, we are here to help.

To create an audio group, launch the Google Home app on your Android or iPhone, then select Devices in the top right corner and hit the menu button > Create Group. After that, name the name and select all the audio devices for your group. Once you are done, hit Save button to complete the task.

  1. Third-party music apps

Google Home can work perfectly with a lot of third-party music apps to enhance your music experience. There are a number of music apps you can pick from like Music Quiz, Guess the Lyrics and Song of the Day. For some background, Music Quiz is one of the most popular music quiz apps out there. With Music Quiz, you can test your music knowledge at home or at work.

  1. Sleep timer

With Google Home, you can easily set a sleep timer, without the need for a third-party app. This comes in handy if you want to listen to music as you fall asleep. To do this, you simply need to say “OK Google, stop playing in 30 minutes.”

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