The televisions with the Android operating system are receiving an exciting update that allows all the speakers in your house and your TV to form the same music system. This update is in addition to the one Chromecasts received a few weeks ago.
Imagine that you are cleaning your house or going from one place to another tidying up. And you want the music you are listening to hear in all the rooms of the house. That is what is known as group speakers, putting together a set of independent speakers. And giving them the order to put the same music list at the same time.
This function can also use if you want the volume to be higher. Or if you want to place several speakers at the ends in a massive room so that the intensity is the same in all corners of the room. The exciting thing is that now we can add the speakers of our Android television to that set of speakers.
Chromecast devices received this same update a few weeks ago. Allowing any device that’s paired with a Chromecast to play the same music, you’re listening to on your connected speaker in another room. Now you can also use this connection with any Android TV.
For this, it is merely necessary to update the Google Home application. From which we control all the compatible connected devices in the house. As shown in the Android TV Guide account, from the app. We will be able to indicate all the tools that we want to activate with that music list. And play the same thing.
The update may take time to reach all TV with the Android operating system, but if you are interested in trying it now. It is possible to register as a tester on this page and start testing the new feature.
It is essential that the trial versions are not entirely stable and can cause performance problems, so be careful. Even so, when this novelty is released, it can be instrumental in converting all the devices in the house into a single music system.