Google Home Adds Pandora Premium & Deezer Support

Google announced that its smart speakers - the Google Home, Home Max and Home Mini - all now support two new streaming music services. Those are Pandora Premium and Deezer. These are in addition to the many music streaming services that are already available on Google Home, which includes Google Play Music, Spotify, and many more. This means that if you are a Pandora Premium or Deezer subscriber, you can now listen to your favorite music on your Google Home smart speaker, simply by asking the Google Assistant to play your music. Just tell Google Assistant which playlist, or song you want to play and then make sure to specify the service - in this case, Pandora or Deezer.

Those that own a Google Home, but don't have the paid version of Pandora - which includes playlists, no ads, etc - you can sign up for a free 90-day trial of the service. Additionally, Deezer is available for HiFi and Premium users in the US, Canada, Italy, Australia, UK, France and Germany. Unfortunately, other countries are not supported at this time. Some regions do get a free 90-day trial of Deezer Premium, which you'll want to head to the Google Store or the Google Home app on Android to find out.

With Pandora and Deezer now available on Google Home, you can now stream more music over WiFi with your Google Home speaker. This will also work on other Google Assistant speakers as well, like those that Sony and JBL offer right now. If you don't have a Google Home speaker right now, you can pick one up, at a discounted price since it is back-to-school season right now. These speakers are great for playing music, audiobooks, asking Google Assistant questions and so much more. The Google Home is a great looking speaker that you can put in your living room, kitchen or even your bedroom.

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