Given that Google owns its own music streaming service and how they consider Apple as a rival, it’s actually interesting to see how Google’s smart speakers powered by Google Assistant, together with their smart showings, can now stream Apple Music instantly from them. This is according to a recent update on Google’s blog.
According to Google, “Get ready to jam: You can now query Google Assistant on Google Nest and other Assistant-enabled smart orators and exhibitions to play all the music you affection on Apple Music. Starting today, Apple Music is flattening out to Google Assistant-enabled maneuvers like Nest Audio, Nest Hub Max, Nest Mini, and more. Apple Music customers can scour and play carols( more than 70 million !), albums and playlists–all ad-free–just by using their voice.”
To be fair, it compiles sense that Google would want users to be able to stream all kind of music through their loudspeakers as it would encourage adoption of their hardware. In a mode, the committee is also moves Apple kind of look bad as the company’s HomePod and HomePod mini speakers are still quite limited compared to the competition.
Support for Apple Music will be rolling out in markets such as the UK, UK, France, Germany, and Japan, likely with more groceries planned for the future.
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