Apple Music closely follows the type of songs that you love listening and accordingly recommends them to you. So, you can browse the exclusive “For You” section and pick out the tracks that appeal to your soul. Currently, your brother is signed in to Apple Music on the HomePod and the speaker dishes out his favorite tracks. Now, it's your turn to join the party! How would you change Apple Music account on HomePod so that the Siri-based speaker will entertain you as well?
Worry not; switching Apple Music account on Apple smart speaker is dead simple. And, you can get it done right from the Home app from your iOS device.
How to Switch Apple Music Accounts on HomePod
Step #1. Launch the Home app on your iOS device.
Step #2. Now, touch and hold on the HomePod icon.
Step #3. Next, tap on Details.
Step #4. Up next, tap on Account.
Step #5. Finally, sign in to the account you want to use.
That's pretty much it! Now, enjoy music at its top-notch quality.
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Currently, the only music service you can control with your voice on the Siri-based speaker is Apple Music. If you wish to stream Spotify, Pandora, SoundCloud, Google Music or any other music streaming service to the speaker, you will need to use AirPlay. What's been your experience so far with the voice-based speaker? Do share your feedback with us.
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