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Google adds stream transfer feature to allow transfer of music between smart speakers, displays

Wednesday 9 October 2019 | 17:59 CET | News
Google added a stream transfer feature that lets users move music, videos, podcasts and more between compatible devices in their home by asking Google Assistant to do so, accessing the Google Home app or using the touchscreen on their Nest smart display. Stream transfer starts rolling out across all Chromecasts and Google Home and Nest smart speakers and displays. 

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Categories: General
Companies: Google / Pandora / Spotify / YouTube
Countries: United States
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