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While the free version of Spotify is perfect for frugal users, the biggest incentive for shelling out $9.99 per month for the full version is the ability to take unlimited jams across any device, even to Google Home.
However, Spotify is changing things up for Google's smart speaker, as it has announced that starting today, Google Home users can now stream Spotify using either Premium or free accounts. This gives Google Home a leg up on the Amazon Echo speakers, which still require a Premium account to play Spotify tunes.
To get Spotify running on your Google Home, you will need to link your Spotify account to your speaker via the Google Home app. From there, you'll need to use the app to set Spotify as your primary music streaming service. Once you set it up, you can use voice commands to control the app.
While the free version works, you still have the same limitations of the ad-supported Spotify such as only being able to play music radio-style, so its best to pay up anyway.