If you have been dreaming of having the best audio experience, Google has some good news. When it comes to entertainment, Google will never fail you. You can now connect Google Home speaker to all your devices that are related to Chromecast.
Google Home acts as a speaker on the nightstand but connects to all other devices in your house. You can connect your audios to your TV and, at the same time, play the same sounds in your bedroom. Chromecast acts like an additional speaker and works with all generations of the dongle. With Chromecast plugging into your TV, you do not need to add another smart speaker in your house.
Google Home acts as a speaker and works perfectly well with all the devices provided they are connected to Chromecast.
Follow these steps to use Google Home as the speaker for Chromecast:
1. Download the Google Home app on your Android or iOS device.
2. Click on the Chromecast that is connected to your Wi-Fi network
3. Tap on the Settings button at the right corner of your screen.
4. Scroll down to the Preview Program section.
5. Follow the on-screen instructions.
You will be able to spot the opt i option. If you cannot detect it, Google is not accepting new members in your region, and you may need to try out another time.
6. Launch the Google Home app.
7. Click on add> Create speaker group, then tap o each device that you want to connect. Remember to include your Chromecast.
8. Give your speaker group a name, for instance, the 2nd floor.
9. Click on Save.
10. Once you are done with the setup. Try playing some music or other audios through your Google Home speaker.
If you made your connections well, your audios would play o all Chrome cast-connected devices and your speaker.
To Control Audio To Speakers Using Voice Commands
Using your Google Assistant, you can control your Google Home speakers or other appliances by giving them voice commands. Voice commands are given to Google Home using the following ways.
To play music on a specific device, say Ok Google or Hey Google and specify song and the device by name. For instance, say ‘Ok Google,’ then, ‘Play using on < bedroom speakers>’
You can also stop playing the music by saying ‘Ok Google’ ’then, ‘pause on .'
You only need to give the command to the Google Assistant by mentioning what you need to be done and on what device.
If you only have one device linked to the Chromecast, then you do not have to mention its name in your command. Instead say,’Ok Google, or ‘Ok Google, ’
The Voice –Supported Devices
Not all devices can play audio from Google Home. However, the following tools can play audio from your Google Home device:
Chromecast built-in TVs and Speakers
Android TV devices
Linking a Device
If your device does not have a built-in Chromecast, it is not supported in the above list; you need not worry. Follow the following steps to link your device to Google Home and Chromecast:
Ensure that your Chromecast or Chromecast enables TV is connected to the same network as your mobile device.
Open the Google Home app.
Tap on your account at the top right corner.
Verify that the Google Account shown is similar to the one linked on your Google Home.
Tap Assistant Settings > Devices> +Add.
The Google Home app will search for remote devices connected to the same internets your speaker or display.
To add a device, click the check next to the device name and click on Add. You can sect multiple devices if you wish.
On the Google Home app, you will see all the linked remote devices.
With the Google Home app, you can use it as a speaker on your Chromecast. Interestingly, the audios are clear on all devices, and the quality is the same. Google Assistant enables you to give commands to your devices without having to move close to them.
You can command a tool in your bedroom to stop playing or to start playing while sitting in your living room. You also don't need to move from one place to the next to turn your devices on or off. Using Google Home gives you full control over your devices wherever you are as long as the devices are connected to the same router.