Google Home is a smart home speaker by Google that can be commanded by voice to play music, get weather updates, news, podcasts, audiobooks and control compatible smart devices. It also provides security features and privacy controls. It can help you get travel and local guides, traffic and reminders and it also has a voice match feature to customize the information you receive.
What is Google Home?
Google Home is a smart speaker device from Google that is designed to help people communicate with their home and the world around them. It connects to Wi-Fi networks in your home, making it easy for you to control smart devices, like lights, thermostats, and speakers, from any room in your house using your voice. You can also ask questions of Google Home and have it respond by telling you the weather, playing music, making a phone call, or sending a text message.
The new Google Home is not only smarter than the average home but it can also do a number of other tasks with your voice. The new device can play music, set timers and alarms, answer questions, and much more. It even has a built-in camera that can take pictures and videos with the press of a button.
In an effort to keep up with the competition, Google Home has introduced a number of new features including the gimmicky – but useful – features such as voice search, augmented reality and location aware controls.
Voice commands are a great way to control your devices. They can help you manage everyday tasks, get answers from Google and enjoy music from services like Spotify, YouTube Music, Pandora and more. If you are looking to change the voice on your Google Home, Google has released an update that adds a new simple interface for choosing a voice. It’s a platform-agnostic feature, so it should work on any Google Assistant device in the US.
The fresh interface is a welcome addition, and should make choosing a new voice easier than ever. It also eliminates the clunky extra activation language that Google Assistant has been known to struggle with in some cases. It’s important to note that the addition is only available in the US at this time, and it’s a bit unclear when other regions will receive it.