So far, voice commands for Spotify were only available on the Google Home, but soon enough the smart speaker will no longer hold exclusivity over the feature. The company also announced new kid-friendly accounts for Home, so kids can have their preferences saved as part of a large linked family account. This allows the home assistant to recognise individual voices; introducing multi-user support.
These new integrations will function best with Nest products. Both these products were announced only last week.
What's more, you'll also be able to send a song to another Chromecast-enabled speaker by saying out loud something like: "Ok Google, play Today's Top Hits on my Chromecast".
Familiar Faces program will be powered by Google Assistant and tell you exactly who is ringing your Nest doorbell.
The broadened support roll out joins Google's bevy of new item declarations today, including Google Home Max, a vast keen home speaker meant to go up against Apple's HomePod and Sonos. Well, Google did what Google does - that is AI magic, if you were wondering - and has now brought Voice Match to the Google Home. Google is playing catch up now with new Google Home improvements: aside from including support for your phone number, United Kingdom users will also be able to make phone calls with the Home, with all the USA features. I should note, however, streaming is not working for me with Android TV devices. The concept is simple but very unique in its own way.