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You can now ask Google to ‘move the music’ to a different room

Want music to comply with you round your own home? You can now ask Google Assistant for that by saying, “Hey Google, move the music to the living room.”

At least, you possibly can you probably have a home stuffed with Google Home good audio system, Google Nest Hub shows, and / or Chromecast dongles. Google simply upgraded its multiroom audio providing with a characteristic it’s calling Stream Transfer. Previously, you can add music you have been already enjoying to further audio system in your house to play concurrently, however why depart it enjoying in a room you aren’t in anymore?

I simply tried the characteristic, and it’s so simple as it sounds: begin enjoying music on one Google Cast system, then ask Google Assistant to switch it to a different system (or speaker group) in your own home.

You can say the identify of a particular room in the event you’ve assigned it to at least one; in any other case, you’ll must say the identify of the system to which you’re transferring music.

According to Google’s new blog post, you can too use the Google Home app in your telephone to sling music from system to system in the event you’d quite not say something out loud, and you’ll beam movies backwards and forwards between a Chromecast and a Nest Hub good show, too. I wasn’t capable of finding the controls within the app, in all probability as a result of I haven’t gotten an replace for my Google Home app this month.

Unfortunately, it doesn’t appear to be you possibly can transfer music from a Google Cast system again to your telephone. It’d be good to seamlessly switch my tunes after I stroll out the door.

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