Google has finally rolled out support for YouTube Music on Apple’s HomePod. Now, instead of fumbling with your phone to play tunes, you can simply command Siri to kickstart your YouTube Music playlist. But remember, this voice command luxury is exclusive to those with YouTube Premium or Music Premium subscriptions.
Here’s a quick guide to get YouTube Music humming on your HomePod:
Step 1: Ensure you’ve got the latest version of YouTube Music from the App Store.
Step 2: Open the app and tap on your profile image in the top-right corner.
Step 3: Navigate to Settings > Connected Apps > Connect with HomePod.
Step 4: Log in to your Google Account.
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Step 5: For a seamless experience, set YouTube Music as your default service. This way, you won’t need to tag “on YouTube Music” at the end of every Siri command.
Step 6: To do this, head to the iOS Home app and follow: Settings > Tap username > Tap Default Service > Select YouTube Music.
With this integration, YouTube Music joins the ranks of Deezer, Pandora, and Tidal, expanding the HomePod’s music streaming repertoire.
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