Use your phone, tablet or laptop to play, pause and adjust the volume. Just tap the Cast button in your music apps to hear them on your speaker.¹ Chromecast Audio works with Android devices, iPhone® and iPad®, plus Chromebook, Mac® and Windows® laptops.²
Use the apps you love, such as Spotify, Pandora, iHeartRadio and Google Play Music with Chromecast Audio. Listen to your favourites and discover new ones from the millions of songs, podcasts and stations available.³
Chromecast Audio supports lossless high-resolution audio, which is even better than CD-quality sound. Plus, your music streams from the cloud over Wi-Fi, so you get continuous sound over your speaker, even if you leave the room with your device.
Multi-room lets you group together speakers connected to Chromecast Audio devices so that you can listen to the same song on multiple speakers throughout your home.
1. Plug Chromecast Audio into the power source, then the AUX input on your speaker.
2. Download the Google Home app and follow the instructions. Connect Chromecast Audio to your home Wi-Fi network.
3. Pick a tune to play from a Cast-enabled audio app, then tap the Cast button.
Voilà – your music plays on your favourite speaker.
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¹Not all speakers are compatible with Chromecast Audio. Speaker systems with either aux/line, RCA or optical input required.
²On compatible mobile devices (Android, iOS), the Google Home app is required to set up Chromecast (1st gen), Chromecast, Chromecast Ultra, Chromecast Audio and TVs and speakers with Chromecast built in. Minimum operating system (OS) versions required to run the Google Home app on compatible mobile devices (Android, iOS) are as follows: Android 4.1 and higher; iOS 8 and higher. You don't need the Google Home app to set up a Chromecast or cast to a Chromecast from computers. The minimum operating system (OS) required to set up and cast from laptop and desktop computers (Windows or Mac OS X) are as follows: Mac OS X 10.9 and higher; Windows 7 and higher.
³Subscriptions may be required to access certain content.