If music streaming is your thing, there are a ton of options available in the market today. However if you’re after a streaming service that can be streamed natively through Google Home, then you might be interested to learn that Deezer is one of the new streaming services that users can enjoy.

At the moment Google Home has a handful of music streaming services that can be streamed natively through the speakers, which includes Google Play Music, YouTube Music, Pandora, and Spotify, and with the addition of Deezer it brings the total number of services to five, which we reckon is a pretty healthy selection to choose from.

It has been noted that with the addition to Google Home, this marks the first time that Deezer has ever added support for voice controls via a digital assistant or speaker setup, but other than that using the service is pretty straightforward. Users can control the service using their voice, pause/play songs, skip tracks, and even access a feature called Flow, which is one of the platform’s signature features.

Basically Flow is a playlist that is generated based on your existing listening preferences. Users can make adjustments to this playlist by elling Google Home which songs they like or don’t like. At the moment Deezer for Google Home has only been launched in Germany and France, and it is expected to find its way to the US, UK, and Australia later this year.

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