Save yourself from forgetting by using your HomePod for timers. Here’s how to quickly set multiple timers on HomePod with Siri.
Whether you’re working on many projects at once, cooking a big dinner, or just have a ton of tasks on your plate, timers can be life-savers. And with your HomePod, it’s never been easier to set several timers.
Which Wi-Fi network is your HomePod connected to? If you’re not sure how to check this, then take a look at this short tutorial.
Do you need to see the Wi-Fi network that your HomePod is connected to? Maybe you set it up so long ago you can’t recall or maybe somebody besides you set it up. For whatever reason, if you need to check this setting, it’s easy.
You can play music on your HomePod through AirPlay without needing an active Internet Wi-Fi connection on the speaker itself but it doesn’t work out of the box without a little setup. This tutorial will teach you how to send audio to a HomePod using peer-to-peer AirPlay.
Like with other iOS devices, you can play music on your HomePod through AirPlay without needing an active Internet connection on the speaker itself. This handy peer-to-peer AirPlay feature is turned off by default. In this step-by-step tutorial, you will learn how to set up and AirPlay audio to your HomePod without a Wi-Fi connection.... Read the rest of this post here
Here is how to change what HomePod will listen to your commands if you have two HomePods set up to create a stereo pair.
If you have two HomePods that are paired to create a stereo setup, only one of these HomePods will be used to listen to your voice queries. When saying a command such as “Hey Siri, what time is it in London?”, only that HomePod will be listening to you although the other HomePod might be physically closer to you.
As far as I can tell, there is no way to manually select what HomePod is the dominant one during the initial pairing process, but there is a way to swap which one will actively listen to you once the stereo pair has been created.... Read the rest of this post here