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Google Home Is Google’s Voice Activated Speaker for IoT Devices

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Google Home is Google’s voice activated speaker for IoT devices. Is this statement a little confusing? Let me help it out to understand clearly. But first about its release. Probably, it is going to be one of the most wonderful innovations of 2016. Releasing it in November 2016, Google Home is Google’s befitting reply to Amazon Echo.  In fact, it is a fabulous tool that empowers consumers to comfortably use their IoT smart home devices. The effort is to make your home a smart home. And if you are already in that segment, it will definitely help you to make your home smarter.

Google Home is going to help you in many ways. It allows you to play sound streaming music, podcasts, and radio. In fact, you can use Google Play Music, Spotify, YouTube Music, Pandora, and TuneIn. In addition, you can get answers in real time from Google’s search functionalities. Not only that, you can also voice control your smart devices. The device is compatible with almost all smart devices such as Nest, Philips Hue, and Chromecast. Therefore, you can now talk to it to the device to perform many actions. These actions could, for instance, include setting the temperature, turning down the lights in your house, starting a geyser, and so on. The price of this device is $129. Since it is powered by Google Assistant, you just need to start with, “Ok Google”.

Google Home

Google Home

Google Home assists to get answers. It is easily possible for Google because of its rich legacy in the search function. This richness helps you getting real-time answers. Thus, you get answers to your queries instantly and correctly. These queries might include the latest on movies, news, weather, sports, traffic, finance, stock markets, local markets, businesses, and a lot more. Google Home is a fabulous medium to control and manage your IoT Devices.

 

 

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