We all know very well that in the event of October 4, 2017, the tech giant Google introduced the new Pixel 2, and the new Pixel 2 XL along with several other surprises. But, after that, the tech giant Google has now recently announced that now you can control Spotify with Google Assistant.
Now You Can Control Spotify With Google Assistant
On the event of October 4, 2017, the tech giant Google introduced the new Pixel 2, and the new Pixel 2 XL. But if we say that it was the center of its intervention, then we would be failing the truth.
As the Artificial intelligence is increasingly becoming more crucial in this company and that is why the Google Assistant is positioned as the central axis on which everything rotates, from their mobile to their accessories even through their applications.
Yes, we are talking about the tech giant Google’s personal assistant, of course, Google Assistant, through which the tech giant Google always tries to make its users’ daily lives more easy and handy.
As recently, the tech giant Google and Spotify continue to strengthen ties to facilitate the dynamics of users who use both services. For example, one of the many integrations that added to Google Home as an option for users who enjoy music was Spotify.
In the coming weeks, this new feature will be extend to all users who have devices compatible with Google Assistant, as announced on the Spotify blog. It will be a deployment that will benefit all users of Spotify, whether they have a Premium account or a free.
The dynamics that are proposed are very simple, they only have to connect the Google account with Spotify, and give the corresponding permissions. Then you can use voice commands like:-
- “Ok Google, play Spotify”
- “Ok Google, play Discover Weekly”
- “Ok Google, play Today’s Top Hits on my Chromecast”
That way, users will be able to play songs, playlists, search for artists in their Spotify account or adjust the volume, using Google Assistant, from their devices.
In this link of the Google Help Center, there is a list of voice commands that are used from Google Home to control the services of streaming music, so that we have an idea of the potential of this new integration.
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