Tag Archive: Music


Google Home can now play your personalized tunes from Play Music

A new update to Google Home now allows users to play uploaded or purchased playlists via Google Play Music.

Google Home will now play your uploaded and purchased music on Google Play Music

One of Google Play Music’s best features has finally come to Google Home.

Google Play Music is one of the few online music services that allows you to mix your personal uploaded and purchased music with a subscription library with millions and millions of songs. However, when Google Play Music launched on Google Home when the little air freshener lookalike debuted, you could cast any music you wanted to the speaker, but if you asked Google Assistant for your  [Read More…]

How to fix Google Play Music crashing bug

Give me back my music. GIVE ME BACK MY MUSIC!

Google Play Music is being a naughty app for some users after an update sent the app into a crash loop and locked them out. Music is a highly important part of my phone, and my life, so I went in search of a fix or workaround. Good news! There seems to be a simple enough way to get back in, though depending on your listening habits, it might  [Read More…]

How to listen to music on Google Home

Google Home is more than capable of acting as your music player, and setting it up only takes a few moments.

Google Home has a great set of speakers, making it fully capable of filling the room with music. All you need to do is link up a music account, and you’ll be good to go. With options like Pandora, Spotify, YouTube Music and Google Play Music, you’ll always be able to listen to the music you’re  [Read More…]

Here’s how you can get Samsung’s exclusive Play Music station on any device

One Reddit user found a new radio station in Google Play Music which is exclusive to the Galaxy S8 lineup. However, there’s a workaround to make this accessible on any device.

Why I’m switching from Apple Music to Spotify

While it might seem like an obvious move to make, I kept holding out hope that Apple would properly support its Android subscribers.

It’s been just over two years since Apple announced it was jumping into music streaming business with its Apple Music service. I was an early adopter to the service and even decided to stay loyal after otherwise jumping ship over to Android from iOS — but the lack of meaningful support for the Android  [Read More…]

This $1,600 tablet is actually just a fancy music player

Streaming music from your smartphone to your Bluetooth or Wi-Fi connected speakers isn’t enough for you when you’re at home? Then you’re probably going to like the Nativ Vita music system. At least on paper. You’re also going to appreciate its aesthetic qualities. The Nativ Vita looks like a sleek tablet with an 11.6-inch tablet […]

How do you listen to music on your phone?

There are plenty of ways to listen to music with your phone. Here’s how we do it.

Phones have doubled as music players since forever. But we’ve come a long way since V cast Music and Motorola’s ROKR iTunes days.

Between streaming services, subscriptions, FM radio and your own collection of songs there are plenty of ways you can use your phone to jam out a little bit. And most of us do, at least every now  [Read More…]

This rare Sonos discount makes it the perfect time to fill your house with wireless music

Our friends at Thrifter are back again, this time with a pair of Sonos discounts you won’t want to miss!

If you’ve been looking into wireless speakers for your house, Sonos is likely a brand that you have seen pop up multiple times. It’s no secret that Sonos products are a bit on the more expensive side, but there is a good reason behind that: they are amazing. I got my first two speakers over 6 years ago, and  [Read More…]

How to connect your favorite music to Alexa

Listening to music with Alexa is as easy as connecting the app you want to use!

Most of us spend some time every day listening to music, podcasts, or audiobooks. For some folks, it’s how they workout at home, while others like to lounge on the couch and listen to a good story after a hard day at work. It doesn’t really matter why you want to listen using Alexa and your Amazon Echo, just that you  [Read More…]