HomePod smartens up your living room or any other place you put it. This smart speaker keeps a record of your choice of music; based on your listening history, HomePod recommends you other songs as well. However, when someone else from your household is listening to Apple Music on your Siri speaker, you need to switch the account. Here is how to change Apple Music account on HomePod.
No worries; you can switch Apple Music account on your HomePod by following a few simple steps given below. Siri will not help you, hence, you need to open the Home app on your iPhone or iPad.
How to Change Apple Music Account on HomePod
Step #1: Open the Home app on your iPhone or iPad.
Step #2: Press and hold the HomePod icon.
Step #3: Tap on Details and then go to Account.
Step #4: At last, Log in to the account you wish to use.
That’s all friends!
You can now play your favorite music on Apple’s smart speaker.
While changing Apple Music account, also note that you can stop HomePod from playing explicit content. When kids are around, it is advisable to block explicit content on your HomePod. Check this tutorial to prevent your kids from listening to explicit content on HomePod.
Apple’s HomePod is stealing the limelight from its competitors like Google Home and Amazon Echo. However, unlike its arch rivals, HomePod doesn’t stream music from other services like Pandora, Spotify, SoundCloud, Google Music etc. If you want to play music from the aforementioned services, you need to use AirPlay feature on your iOS devices. How much do you rate HomePod on the scale of 10, where 10 is super-duper performance and one is a super flop?
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