Apple Music on Google Home – Google Home has gone from strength to strength and is now a very useful and very powerful home assistant.
As long as your Home is updated, you can stream music via Bluetooth making it possible for you to play Apple Music on Google Home. This tutorial will show you how.
Play Apple Music on Google Home
It is this last update that lets you play Apple Music on Google Home. If you bought your Google Home after August 2017, you will likely already have the feature. If yours has been updated since being unboxed, you will have it too.
Google Home is compatible with a bunch of music service providers. It’s own YouTube of course, Chromecast, Deezer, Spotify, TuneIn, Netflix, Polk and Raumfeld are all Google audio partners.
Apple is not mentioned. Fortunately, through the magic of Bluetooth you can make it happen.
You will need an iPhone or at least a subscription to Apple Music and a Google Home to make this work. I describe using an iPhone but you can of course use any Apple device with Bluetooth.
- Turn on Bluetooth on your iPhone and on your Google Home.
- Open the Google app and select Devices.
- Select Settings and Paired Bluetooth Devices.
- Select Enable Pairing Mode. Now the Google Home is listening for other devices.
- Open your iPhone Control Center and turn on Bluetooth.
- Wait for the devices to find each other and select the Google Home on your iPhone and your iPhone on your Google Home.
- Select Pair and you’re done.
Now you should be able to play music from your iPhone, select Bluetooth as the audio and it will stream and play from your Google Home.
Once paired, the two devices shouldn’t need further configuration and should save all the details so you don’t need to set it up again.
Other ways to play
There are dozens of websites online showing you how you can download music from Apple Music, rip its DRM and upload it all to Google Drive or Google Play Music. I would suggest not doing this.
For one, it’s against Apple’s T&Cs to rip the music and remove DRM. While a pain, that DRM is there to ensure the availability of the music. Depending on where in the world you live, removing DRM can also be illegal.
Secondly, most of the techniques I have seen rely on software nobody has ever heard of. I really wouldn’t install random software onto your computer to do this.
Savvy internet users always know where to find what they want and there are much easier ways of acquiring DRM-free music than using programs that they don’t know.
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