If you have a Google speaker, you can play music from your phone or tablet on the speaker. To do this, open the Google Home app and tap the device you want to play music on. Then, tap “Music” and select the service you want to use.
You can also say “Hey Google, play [song] on [speaker]” to play music hands-free.
- In the Google Home app, tap Add > Set up device > Works with Google
- Scroll down to find Music and select it
- Tap Link your account and then select the music service you want to use
- Follow the prompts to finish linking your account
- To play music on a speaker, say “Ok Google” or “Hey Google,” then
- “Play some [music genre] music” 5c
- “Play [artist]” 5d
- “What’s playing?”
How to Play Music on Multiple Google Home | Speaker Groups
How to Play Apple Music on Google Home Speaker Group
If you’re an Apple Music subscriber, you can play your music on a Google Home speaker using voice commands. Here’s how:
To start playing Apple Music on a Google Home speaker, say “Ok Google, play [artist/song/album] on Apple Music.”
For example, you could say “Ok Google, play Taylor Swift on Apple Music.” If you have multiple Google Home speakers set up in your home, you can group them together to play the same song throughout your house. To do this, open the Google Home app on your iOS device and tap the Devices icon in the upper-right corner.
Then tap the + icon in the upper-left corner and select Create Speaker Group. Give your speaker group a name (like “Living Room” or “Downstairs”) and then select which speakers you want to include in the group. Tap Done when you’re finished.
Now when you ask Google to play music on your speaker group, everyone in your house will be able to enjoy it!
Can You Play All Google Speakers at Once?
If you have multiple Google Home devices, you can play audio on all of them at the same time. This is useful if you want to fill up a whole room with sound, or if you want everyone in your house to be able to hear what’s playing. You can even use this feature to create a surround sound setup with multiple Google Home Max units.
Here’s how it works. To get started, make sure all of your Google Home devices are connected to the same Wi-Fi network and that they’re signed in to the same account. Then, open the Google Home app on your Android or iOS device and tap the Devices button in the top-right corner (it looks like a little TV).
On the Devices page, tap the three dots next to one of your Google Home devices and select “Use as speaker group.” Alternatively, you can tap “Create speaker group” from scratch. either way, you’ll be prompted to choose which speakers you want to include in the group.
Once you do that, give your speaker group a name (this is optional) and hit “Save.” That’s all there is to it! From now on, whenever you ask Google Assistant to play something on your speaker group, it will play out of all of the included devices simultaneously.
Can You Play Music on All Speakers?
Yes, you can play music on all speakers. There are a few different ways to do this, depending on the type of speaker system you have. If you have a home theater system with surround sound, you can use the receiver to send the audio signal to all of the speakers at once.
Alternatively, if you have a stereo system or separate left and right speakers, you can connect both sets of speakers to the same audio source using speaker wire or an auxiliary cable. Finally, if your speakers are wireless, you can typically sync them up so that they all play music from the same source simultaneously.
In this post, we’ll show you how to play music on all Google speakers. You can use the Google Play Music app or the YouTube Music app to play your tunes. If you’re using a speaker with a screen, you can also ask Google Assistant to play music from your favorite artist or genre.
And if you have multiple speakers, you can create a speaker group to fill your whole home with sound.