How to Play Apple Music on Google Home

Summary
Are you finding a way to stream Apple Music on Google Home? This article will guide you 2 ways to easily play Apple Music on Google Home. You can directly play Apple Music via Bluetooth connection, or convert Apple Music to MP3 format and then import to Google Home for offline playback.

“How can I play my Apple music on my Google Home? Is it possible to stream Apple Music on Google Home directly?”

Google Home is a smart speaker with Google Assistant built in. It brings convenience to our daily life, you can stream music, read news through voice commands by using it. If you have Google Play Music, Spotify, Pandora or Deezer account, you can just say “Hey Google, play some songs.” Unfortunately, Apple Music users can’t do this. If you are Apple Music users, how can you play Apple Music on Google Home? In the latest article, we guide you how to play Apple Music on Apple Watch. Here we will present two ways to stream Apple Music on Google Home.

Way 1. Play Apple Music on Google Home via Bluetooth

As we all know, Google Home supports Bluetooth audio, which means you can stream music to it from a paired devices. After you set up Google Home, you can use Apple Music on Google Home via Bluetooth. Now let’s see the detailed steps:

Step 1. Pair your device to Google Home
There are 2 ways you can choose:
#1. Use Google Home App: open Google Home App, hit ‘Devices’, find the device card you want to connect to Bluetooth, choose the device card menu, hit ‘Settings’ > ‘Paired Bluetooth devices’ > ‘Enable Pairing Mode’.

pair devices to google home bluetooth

#2. Use Bluetooth Settings: tap ‘Settings’ on your mobile device, turn on ‘Bluetooth’ and connect your Google Home. Or use the voice command “Hey Google, connect to Bluetooth.”

Step 2. Play the Apple Music
After your device is successfully connected to Google Home, you can open the Apple Music App and start to play Apple Music on Google Home.

Way 2. Convert and Upload Apple Music to Google Play Music

Well, it’s very convenient to play Apple Music on your Google Home through Bluetooth connection. However, Apple Music is not supported by Google Home, which means you cannot control the music by using voice command. Due to DRM restriction, once you cancel the subscription, you can’t access the downloaded Apple Music songs nor stream them on your Google Home via Bluetooth. To overcome this issue, you can use a third-party tool to break Apple Music DRM and convert Apple Music songs to MP3, AAC, FLAC or other common formats, so that you can import them to Google Play Music for enjoying. Here you can turn to TunesBank Apple Music Converter.

TunesBank Apple Music Converter is a powerful converter. It can help you unlock the DRM encryption from Apple Music, and convert Apple Music songs to MP3, M4A, AAC, FLAC, AC3, AU or AIFF format supported by the majority of players and devices. What’s more, TunesBank allows you batch convert Apple Music tracks at up to 10X faster speed with 100% lossless quality and all ID3 tags kept, including title, artist, album, etc. In this way, you can use Apple Music on Google Home through your mobie devices like iPhone, Android Phone, iPad, etc.

Highlights of TunesBank Apple Music Converter:

  • Unlock DRM restrictions from Apple Music, iTunes music, audiobooks.
  • Convert Apple Music to MP3, M4A, FLAC, AAC, etc. with lossless quality.
  • Supports to work at up to 10X faster speed and batch converting.
  • Keep Apple Music songs/playlists playable after canceling the subscription.
  • Preserve the ID3 tags & metadata info including title, album, genre, artist, etc.
  • Stream Apple Music on Google Home and any other smart speakers with ease.
  • Strongly compatible with the latest iTunes APP, Mac OS 10.11-11 & Windows 10.

Guide: Convert Apple Music to MP3 and Import to Google Home

Before you import Apple Music to Google Home, you need to convert Apple Music tracks to MP3 or other popular formats. In the following part, we will show you how to convert Apple Music to MP3 with TunesBank Apple Music Converter, then you can import the converted Apple Music MP3 files to Google Home with ease.

Step 1. Launch TunesBank Apple Music Converter
Install, launch the TunesBank Apple Music Converter on your Mac. Then the Apple Music(MacOS 10.15 Catalina) or iTunes APP will be launched automatically.

launch tunesbank apple music converter

Step 2. Select Apple Music Songs to Convert
Click “Playlist” to select the songs to convert. Or use the “Search Box” option to locate the songs easily.

select apple music tracks

Step 3. Choose MP3 Format for Google Home
Click “Output Settings” to choose the format you want. Here choose the MP3 format for Google Home. You can also set the output codec, bit rate, sample rate and channel according to your needs.

choose mp3 format

Step 4. Start to Convert Apple Music for Google Home
Hit the “Convert” button to begin converting Apple Music to MP3 without any quality loss.

convert apple msuic for apple watch

Step 5. Upload Apple Music to Google Home
1) Log in Google Play Music account and turn to ‘My Music section’. Tap ‘Upload Music’ button and select the converted Apple Music tracks to upload.

upload music to google play

2) Install the Google Home App on its supports devices, connect your device and Google Home in the same Wi-Fi. Click “Get Started” on the Google Home App. Then select the Google Play Music premium account to connect to Google Home. Click “OK”.

3) Now you can use voice command to ask Google Home to play the Apple Music you uploaded to Google Play account.

Conclusion
If you want to play Apple Music on Google Home, you can turn to the 2 methods we mentioned above. Although it is convenient to stream Apple Music on Google Home via Bluetooth, what if your Apple Music subscription ends? You can’t enjoy Apple Music on Google Home or mobile devices anymore. With the help of TuensBank Apple Music Converter, you can save Apple Music to your Google Play Music forever and play Apple Music on Google Home without Bluetooth. Besides, you can also transfer the converted Apple Music songs to any smart speaker for offline playback, including Sonos One, Amazon Echo, Apple HomePod, Google Nest Audio, Bose Home Speaker, etc. Also, you can copy them to your MP3 player, iPods, Sony Walkman, etc.

Play Apple Music on Google Home