Google’s Fast Pair upgraded with more headphone support

If you own one or more pair of wireless headphone, pairing a Bluetooth earphone is not as simple as plugging in the 3.5mm cable to audio jack. Google has taken this opportunity to bring their Fast Pair feature in action. In the recent update, the new Fast Pair is now able to support more headphones and as long as your have bind it to a Google account, you could pair with headphone effortlessly and instantly.

The Fair Pair feature is introduced as early as 2017 and requires both device and smartphone with Bluetooth in active condition. The previous Fast Pair feature is only limited via Bluetooth pairing but now it offers much more option.

The team behind Google Fast Pair is closely collaborating with third party eadphone manufacturers. Those headphone brands that supports Fast Pair now includes Jaybird, Anker SoundCore, BOSE and others. We believe there will be much more support across variety of wireless earphones while retaining top audio quality within transmission.




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