A year after a continued technology designed to make it easier (and faster) to Bluetooth devices with Android devices, Google is expanding Pair Fast ecosystem in a few important ways.
Initially, Google says more Bluetooth mobile phones and speakers who quickly support Fast Pair. Secondly, its company has a & # 39; Pair Fast to Chrome books. And the third man, once you have a person or a set of mobile phones repaired with one device connected to it; your Google account, you can use it with any support tool that has been logged in to your account.
In other words, you'll be thinking to & # 39; fix a set of Google Pixel Buds with your phone … and you will be able to use it with its & # 39; your desktop and Chromebook without going through the marriage process again.
Fast Pair works with Android 6.0 running devices or later, and Chromebook support is a & # 39; coming in in 2019.
But he does not work with him all Bluetooth audio appliances – makers need to do magic work on the end so that you can use the feature with their hardware.
When Pair Fast was launched last year, only two sets of telephone calls were supported … and Google was done with one. Now Google says that he has been working "by a number of makers" including Jaybird, Anker, and Bose and that we should see more consistent results in the coming months.