Apple Music has just taken a step forward to reach the maximum number of customers and be available on more devices, the better: be compatible with speakers with Google Assistant. A step that, without a doubt, many users of this class of loudspeakers will appreciate when accessing their music catalog.
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Speakers with Google Assistant thus benefit from a new service that we can take advantage of thanks to the voice interface.
Starting today, Apple Music is rolling out to devices compatible with the Google Assistant, such as Nest Audio, Nest Hub Max, Nest Mini, and more. Apple Music subscribers can find and play songs (over 70 million!), Albums and playlists, all ad-free, just with their voice.
Until now, to use the service with these speakers, we had to listen to the music on our iPhone or iPad or on an Android device and send it to the speaker. Now with this update we can connect our Apple Music account in the Google Home app and also set it to be the preset music app.
Without a doubt an interesting novelty that will allow us to listen to our music on more devices. Without a doubt, the integration that Apple is achieving of Apple Music with third-party hardware and services is a clear example of the company’s interest in bringing Apple Music to everyone who wants it. , whatever device we are on.