YouTube Music on Android is even better. Google Assistant now allows you to run your playlists

YouTube Music on Android is even better. Google Assistant now allows you to run your playlists

Until now, a personal Google Assistant could not perform a simple voice command and start playing a given playlist in YouTube Music. Google Play Music will cease to be available worldwide this month, so Google continues to improve its YouTube Music service, which should completely replace it.

All active users of music services have their own playlists, but until then, a Google Assistant couldn’t perform a simple voice command and start playing a given playlist on YouTube Music. Thus in full version YouTube there is no such problem.

The situation changed in August, when Google began testing this feature on “Nest speakers and smart displays in the U.S.”. The search giant promised that in the future the function will appear on other devices. Now, users of Android smartphones and tablets are confirming that they have the ability to run the playlist on YouTube Music by voice.

Suffice it to say: “Okay, Google, turn on the playlist X” or just “Okay, Google, turn on the X”. You do not need to specify the name of the service YouTube Music, if it is used by default.


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