Your Google Home or Nest smart speaker can play almost any song ever recorded, but first you have to tell it where to look. Google teased a significant amount of additional bass and overall better sound out of the Nest Mini smart speaker, released last year. To do that, you have to make sure you set it up right, and right away. Linking a music service to your Google Home might sound like a basic task, but it's one that far too many people save for "later" in the rush to set up their smart speaker.
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Subscriber Account active since. Whether you have a free, ad-supported Spotify account or you pay for Spotify Premium, you can connect your Spotify account to Google Home. Once you do this, you'll be able to control your music with voice commands and play it through any Google smart speakers you own. Start the Google Home app on your iPhone or Android phone. In the More music services section, tap "Spotify" and then tap "Link Account" in the pop-up window. You should find Spotify at the bottom of the Music page in the Google Home app. Sign into your Spotify account.
As some of you may know I am a big Apple fanboy. But as of right now we use the Spotify family plan which allows my wife and I to have individual accounts to play our own music. Plus, Spotify is still considered the undisputed king of on-demand streaming music with a whopping 30 million plus song catalog. On top of that, Spotify adds 20, new songs each day, impressive. The First thing you need is a Google Home , second, a Spotify account and third a smartphone or tablet to install the Spotify app. Log in to Spotify. Spotify free only plays songs inspired by the song, album or artist you requested stations created by Spotify.