Fast Pair on Android devices was a much-welcomed addition, letting users connect to their Bluetooth headsets and speakers seamlessly. The feature first became mainstream on the iPhone when Apple introduced the ability to seamlessly connect to wireless devices like the AirPods with a few taps. And it, of course, slowly made its way to Android devices.
Google is today updating Fast Pair with a cool new feature: syncing across all your devices. The feature will now sync all the necessary information for the connected Bluetooth devices across all your Android 6.0+ devices via your Google Account, making it much easier and faster to connect to different devices when you have more than one phone or tablet, for example.
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The feature will also be making its way to Chromebooks in 2019, Google announced in a blog post today.
Although Fast Pair hasn’t been widely adopted by a lot of the major headphone makers yet, Google says the company is working closely with companies like Bose, Anker, Jaybird, and others to introduce new products that come with Fast Pair support.