The Google Home app configures and operates Chromecast, Google Home, and other Google Home-compatible smart devices. While the app is intended to work only with iOS and Android devices, you can access it from a desktop computer using an Android emulator or Google Chrome.
How To Use Google Chrome to Control Google Home Devices?
Some of the functionality of the Google Home app is replicated in Google Chrome, but it is limited. For example, you can’t use the Chrome browser to set up Google Home devices, so you’ll need a mobile device or an Android emulator. Chrome, on the other hand, will cast or stream to any Google Home or Chromecast device.
Check that your PC and Google Home device are connected to the same Wi-Fi network by updating to the latest version of Chrome. To cast or stream to a Google Home device, either right-click an empty area of the page or pick the three vertical dots in the top-right corner of Chrome, then choose Cast, followed by your device.
Can You Control All Google Home Devices From Your PC?
You’ll have full access to all Google Home features if you use an emulator. You cannot, however, set up new devices using the browser.
Google Assistant can also be installed on Windows to take full advantage of Google’s virtual assistant; however, voice support for streaming media from Chrome to Google Home devices is limited—you’ll only be able to use a few simple commands like Stop and Max volume.
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