Published: Thu, July 13, 2017
Money | By Armando Alvarado

Google Home Will Now Play Uploaded Songs From Play Music

Google Home Will Now Play Uploaded Songs From Play Music

The latest allows the smart Google Assistant speaker to stream uploaded and purchased songs from Play Music.

Google Home users, your little device is about to get a bit better. The new addition to the speakers gives priority to the uploaded or purchased content on the Play Store than a radio station.

If you ask Google Home to play a song without specifying that you want it to come from your library, it will first choose to play that song from any streaming subscriptions that you're paying for. All your feedback and suggestions have been heard and we are happy to announce that you can now listen to music you've uploaded to and purchased on Google Play Music.

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Google also points out that there are certain limitations, such as how using your voice to play music and selecting the genre/mood/activity will not be supported for songs uploaded by yourself or purchased. For example, you can say - "Hey Google, Play Hey Jude (replace it with your choice of song or artist) from my library".

If you don't have a Google Play Music subscription and you ask the Home speaker to play a certain song, it will give preference to your uploaded and purchased tracks over free radio stations. The feature is not available when asking Google to play a song by genre, mood or activity. Google Play Music allows you to store up to 50,000 songs in its cloud that could be streamed "anywhere for free". The feature is now rolling out across regions around the globe and should soon be live in the countries, where Google Home is supported.

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