Google Home, which was discussed way back in May at the I/O conference, is officially announced now. The voice activated device will support Google Assistant along with many others.
Basically, with Google Home, you will be able to enjoy music to its full, arrange and manage your daily schedule, and ask questions to Google with the help of voice commands.
With just an “Ok Google” command, you can handle Google Play Music, YouTube Music, Spotify, Pandora, and TuneIn. Furthermore, you can cast music to Google Home from various Chromecast enabled applications installed in your device to stream audio directly. The built-in search feature integrated into the device studies your searches and recommends likely search options.
In short, Google Home supports applications like Google Photos and Netflix and also lets you control your device like Chromecast. Moreover, the device is handy and customizable and is more or less like Google’s OnHub router.
From November this year, Google Home will be available in stores. However, you can still pre-order it today, at the rate of $129 from Walmart, Google Store, Target, and Best Buy.