It's easy to set up your Google Home Speaker ($ 99 at Walmart) for the first time and add your music and video accounts so you can play your songs and have a movie night with just Your music can start to voice.
We also tell you what you need to do to automatically pay for items ordered through Google Home.
How to set up Google Home through the app
1. Connect your Google Home speaker.
. 2 Download the free Google Home app on your phone.
. 3 Sign in to Google with your email address.
. 4 Tap here to enable location services. (Of course you do not have to do this, it just helps the wizard to provide you with more personal information.) You can turn it on or off at any time.)
5. Tap "+" > Add a new device > Choose where "Home" is for your device (ie your home or apartment, the office, etc.). ).
. 6 The Google Home app searches for your device. Tap " yes " if the app finds it. You will hear a chime when the connection is made and tap again on " yes ".
. 7 Choose where your device is located (eg bedroom, kitchen, shed, office, adding a custom room, etc.).
. 8 Select your local Wi-Fi network and log in. Touch Connect.
9. Next, you can use Voice Match to help Google learn how to voice, so you can issue commands and get more personalized results. You may already know your voice if you have used Assistant on your phone. If you have already set up Voice Match, just tap Yes, I'm in .
10th If you have not set up Voice Match, follow Google's instructions. You will repeat a few sentences (Hey Google, OK Google, etc.). Once the assistant is trained, tap Next .
. 11 Then you choose the voice of your assistant (male or female, no cool accents, sorry). Select one and tap Next .
12th Enter your home or office address so your Google homepage can share information such as weather and traffic. Touch Next .
Adding Your Music Services
Once you've reached this stage, you can associate your music streaming service withso that Google Assistant can play songs in your account.
You do not need an account to say "Hey Google, play the Beatles" on YouTube Music and Google Play Music. However, if you do not have one, ads will run at intervals. When you sign in, linking your account will skip the ads and allow you to access your custom playlists.
You can also link your Spotify, Pandora, and Deezer accounts to your Google Home speaker. Follow the instructions during the initial setup or add them later. On the main page of the app, tap "+"> Music & Audio> select your music app (s) and sign in to the music app (without leaving the Google app).
Adding your video accounts
If you're a big TV and movie fan, do not skip this step! When you log in to your Netflix, CBS, HBO Now, Starz, and Viki accounts, you can stream videos to your TV or Smart Display without moving your finger.
They will say, "OK, Google, play Stranger Things on Netflix," and Software Magic will take care of the rest. Like your music services, log in to your accounts by going to the Google Home app tap the + "button and log in to the service. Take a test drive to make sure it works before proceeding.
We havefor playing Netflix and YouTube videos from your Google homepage. The device also supports your Chromecast.
Pay With Your Voice
You do not have to link a debit or credit card to your Google homepage in any way. Otherwise, certain tasks can be performed more easily. You can shop in Google Express, order takeaway, or call Uber or Lyft.
You can add a payment card during the initial setup by tapping "" on the Google Home app's setup screen. You can add these services and platforms later.
To set it up:
1. At the bottom right, tap the profile icon .
. 2 Touch Settings .
. 3 Tap Payments > Next .
. 4 Depending on your shopping habits, your card may be stored by Google. If you want to add another card, tap Add credit or debit card . If your card is already listed, tap the card number .
. 5 Add your delivery address.
. 6 From here you can customize your settings. Check or uncheck "Yes" or "No" for Google to allow the assistant to make purchases, verify your identity before you pay, or use your fingerprint to verify your identity. Finally, confirm that the card details and your address are correct, and tap Done .
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