Want to play Tidal music on Google Home device? If so, then you could follow this page and see how to do. Here we will show you an easy way to link Tidal to Google Home and let you enjoy your Tidal music on it with ease at home. Just check it out here and learn more.
Tidal is a streaming music service that allows users to listen to the music online. If you want to listen to the music offline, you need to be the premium users. However, although you can download Tidal music offline, they are only the cache files that can’t be used directly on other devices like Google Home, etc.
Thus, to fix this issue, here is a tool that can help you. It is DRmare Tidal Music Converter, which can get Tidal music offline as local files for using freely. It supports to convert Tidal to MP3, AAC, FLAC and more audio formats as you like. And it can batch convert Tidal music at a fast speed without touching the original quality.
In addition, you can define the Tidal audio parameters such as bit rate, sample rate, etc. as you like. In this way, you will enjoy the better listening experience of Tidal music on Google Home and other devices.
Now please install the DRmare Tidal Music Converter to your computer. Then follow the steps below to convert Tidal music for Google Home.
Open DRmare Tidal Music Converter and find Tidal tracks on the pop-up Tidal app. Once found, copy and paste the link of the track to the search area of DRmare interface. And then click ‘+’ button to load the Tidal audio tracks.
Move your mouse to the top-tight corner and hit the menu icon. Then select ‘Preferences’ to open the setting window. And then choose ‘Convert’ option to start setting Tidal output audio format and other audio parameters. In the window, you could see the format, bit rate, channel and sample rate for your choice. You just need to select them according to your needs.
1. Set up the Google Play Music on your computer and login.
2. Choose ‘My Music’ to set the music folder of Tidal music for Google Play.
3. Open Google Home app on your device and login.
4. Touch on the ‘Settings’ > ‘Services’ > ‘Music’ to ensure that Google Play Music is the selected service for Tidal audios playback.
After that, you can request Google Home to play Tidal tracks by voice commands.