Cast media from Chrome to your Google Nest speaker or display

When you play media in the Google Chrome browser on your PC, you can cast it to your Google Nest or Home speaker or display. This feature lets your speaker or display play music, audiobooks, or other media from services that aren't supported in the Google Home app.

To cast content to your speaker or display, you need a computer with:

Cast content from Chrome to your Google Nest speaker or display

Option 1: From the Cast button
  1. If you haven't already, pin the Cast button to your Chrome toolbar.
  2. In your Chrome browser, open a website with the media you want to play.
  3. Click the Cast button Inactive cast extension .
  4. Choose the speaker or display you want to use.
  5. On the website, start the media. It'll play on the speaker or display you chose.
Option 2: From a Chromecast-enabled site
  1. In your Chrome browser, open a Cast-enabled site.
  2. Click the Cast button Inactive cast extension . You can usually find it near other media controls, like play, pause, and volume.
  3. Choose the speaker or display you want to use.
  4. On the website, start the media. It'll play on the speaker or display you chose.
Option 3: From the Chrome Settings menu
  1. In your Chrome browser, open a website with the media you want to play.
  2. Click More More menu and then Save and Share and then Cast...
  3. Choose the speaker or display you want to use.
  4. On the website, start the media. It'll play on the speaker or display you chose.
Option 4: From a webpage in Chrome
  1. In your Chrome browser, open a website with the media you want to play.
  2. Right-click the webpage and then Cast...
  3. Choose the speaker or display you want to use.
  4. On the website, start the media. It'll play on the speaker or display you chose.

Control media that's playing from Chrome

To control the content that you're casting, use the media controls on the webpage in Chrome. Depending on the provider and type of media, you can pause, resume, control volume, and more.

You can also use voice commands to control the volume and stop casting.

To do this: Say "Ok Google" or "Hey Google," then:
Stop playing Chrome content on your speaker or display "Stop"
Control volume "Turn it up"
"Turn it down"
"Max volume"

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