Apple Music is Now Available on Google Assistant-enabled Smart Speakers: Here’s How to Use it

Apple Music is rolling out to smart speakers like Nest Audio, Nest Hub Max, Nest Mini, and more.

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Google has revealed that customers can now listen to Apple Music on Google Assistant-enabled smart speakers. The company has announced that one can simply ask Google Assitant on Google Nest and other Assistant-enabled smart speakers and displays to play music on Apple Music. Google Assistant allows you to stream music from different services like Amazon Prime Music, Spotify, and more. However, there was no support for Apple Music. Now, the company has finally added support to play music from Apple’s music streaming service. Here’s what you need to know about Apple Music is available on Google smart speakers.

Apple Music is now available on Google smart speakers

The streaming service from Apple is rolling out to smart speakers like Nest Audio, Nest Hub Max, Nest Mini, and more. Apple Music will begin on Nest and other Assistant-enabled smart speakers and displays in the U.S., U.K., France, Germany and Japan. In order to play music from the service, users need to first link Apple Music account in the Google Home application. One can also select Apple Music as your default music streaming service. Furthermore, one can ask, “Hey Google, play New Music Daily playlist,” or “Hey Google, play Rap Life playlist.”

The company has revealed that one can ask Google Assistant to play any specific song, artist or playlist. One can also ask the assistant to play music based on genre, mood, or activity. You can also play your liked songs from your Apple Music library by saying, “Hey Google, play my songs” or “Hey Google, play my library.” The company has also revealed that one can use the multi-room control feature in the Google Home app to dynamically move music from one device to the other. One can also play music on all the smart speaker devices at home by saying, Hey Google, play music on all my speakers.”


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