Nexus Q

Nexus Q


The Nexus Q app runs on any phone or tablet running Android system version 2.3.3 or later. You can use it with current versions of Google Play and YouTube apps to stream music, TV shows, videos, and HD movies to Nexus Q devices that are set up in your home.

After you install and open the Nexus Q app, the Google Play and YouTube apps on your phone or tablet will offer a new feature to stream entertainment through Nexus Q.

Each Nexus Q device is designed to control the equipment in one room: speakers, AV systems, TVs, and more. Each room with a Nexus Q appears in the Nexus Q app, where you can control what's playing and at what volume, or (for music only) stream to multiple rooms at the same time.

And when friends come to visit, they can also use the Nexus Q app to stream any of their own music or movies from Google Play through your Nexus Qs, using their own Android phones or tablets.

So you don't need a Nexus Q device to use the Nexus Q app. You just need a friend who has at least one Nexus Q and will let you stream your own music, movies, and TV shows through it.

Recent changes:
Version 1.0.8.406084 of the Nexus Q app includes improvements to the social mix (guest mode) feature and unlocks support for phones and tablets running earlier system versions of Android.
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Free
81
4.1
User ratings
1230
Installs
100,000+
Concerns
1
File size
5986 kb
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About Nexus Q
The Nexus Q app runs on any phone or tablet running Android system version 2.3.3 or later. You can use it with current versions of Google Play and YouTube apps to stream music, TV shows, videos, and HD movies to Nexus Q devices that are set up in your home.

After you install and open the Nexus Q app, the Google Play and YouTube apps on your phone or tablet will offer a new feature to stream entertainment through Nexus Q.

Each Nexus Q device is designed to control the equipment in one room: speakers, AV systems, TVs, and more. Each room with a Nexus Q appears in the Nexus Q app, where you can control what's playing and at what volume, or (for music only) stream to multiple rooms at the same time.

And when friends come to visit, they can also use the Nexus Q app to stream any of their own music or movies from Google Play through your Nexus Qs, using their own Android phones or tablets.

So you don't need a Nexus Q device to use the Nexus Q app. You just need a friend who has at least one Nexus Q and will let you stream your own music, movies, and TV shows through it.

Recent changes:
Version 1.0.8.406084 of the Nexus Q app includes improvements to the social mix (guest mode) feature and unlocks support for phones and tablets running earlier system versions of Android.

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A Google User
Monday 5:28 AM
We love music This is a great job of bringing all this together with a single app.
A Google User
Saturday 11:59 PM
Doesn't Work. It will not work at all. IT KEEPS SAYING I CANT sign in! So frustrating Google! Please fix this problem!
A Google User
4 days ago
Nexus Q requires custom firmware to continue using Since Google disabled the servers that allow you to set up your Nexus Q and stream to it, you need to download a custom firmware in order to use your Nexus Q as a standard Android device. Search for "cyanogen steelhead" to get the correct custom firmware, and you can search paranoid steelhead" if the cyanogen ROM doesn't do what you want. I have 4 or 5 Q balls and with the custom firmware I'm able to continue using them.
A Google User
6 days ago
Journy of life Nice
A Google User
Sep 7, 2014
Amazing A must have.....