How to Play Content from Chrome Browser to Google Home

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To Play Content from Chrome Browser to Google Home need to set up casting, sure from Google Chrome. Recommended using Chrome Latest Version and make sure your Windows/PC/Laptop is connected to the same Wi-Fi network as your Google Home.

Learn more: How to Update Google Chrome Latest Version

How to Cast content from Chrome to Google Home

I will give you several ways to cast content from Chrome to Google Home. For all options below, make sure your computer is connected to the same Wi-Fi as Google Home.

1. From Cast Button

  1. Pin the Cast button to the Chrome toolbar. In the upper right corner of Chrome browser, click the Chrome Settings menu  > “Cast..”.
  2. The Cast button will temporarily appear in your toolbar. To keep it there permanently, right-click on the Cast button and click “Always show icon.”. If the Cast button is already pinned to your toolbar on your browser, you’ll see the Cast button in the Chrome toolbar (near the top right).
  3. Choose the Google Home you want.

2. From Chromecast-enabled site

  1.  Open up a Cast-enabled site like Google Play Music.
  2. Click Cast button. This is typically found near other media controls, like play, pause, and volume.
  3. Choose the Google Home you want to play music on.

3. From Chrome Setting menu

  1. click the Chrome Settings menu  > “Cast..”.
  2. Choose the Google Home you want.

Control audio playing using voice commands

To do this: Say “Hey Google”, then: What Google Home says or does:
Increase volume “Turn it up” Increases volume by a 10% increment
Decrease volume “Turn it down” Decreases volume by a 10% decrement
Set specific volume level “Volume level five,” “Volume to 65%” Sets volume at a specific level. Scale is 1-10 or 1-100%.
Maximize volume “Max volume” Sets volume at level 10
Minimum volume “Minimum volume” Sets volume at level 1
Change volume by X amount “Increase volume by 10%,” “Decrease volume by 10%” Changes volume by amount specified
Hear current volume level “What’s the volume?” Says the current volume level

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