Jul 12 AT 10:55 PM Alex Wagner 0 Comments

Google Home can now play your uploaded and purchased Google Play Music songs


Google Home users, your little device is about to get a bit better.

Google has confirmed that it’s now updating Google Home to enable playback of uploaded and purchased music on Google Play Music. Simply ask Google Assistant to play songs from your library and they should start right up.

If you’re not a paying Google Play Music subscriber, your uploaded and purchased music will play before the free radio station. If you are a paying subscriber, the subscription on demand content will play before your purchased or uploaded content unless you specifically ask for your own content by saying something like “Play X from my library”.

Google says that this feature is now rolling out to all regions where Google Home is supported. It’s a pretty nifty feature, because while Google Play Music does have a lot of tracks, it doesn’t have every single piece of music in the world. Some folks upload special music to Play Music to have it in the cloud, and now they can easily access those tunes on their Google Home device.

Source: Google

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