Get to know your Google Home!
Google Home works as a hub for making your life easier. From listening to music to getting the news, to using Google Home to stream videos through Chromecast, there is plenty that it can do. With so much going on it can be intimidating at first, so we’ve put together this handy guide to help you get acquainted.
Keep reading for all the details!
How to adjust the default apps on Google Home
Google Home makes it easy to keep track of your busy life and enjoy some music when you’re relaxing at home. When you’re ready for some music or you want to check up on the news, though, you’ll want to be sure that the default apps are the ones that you want to use.
Do I need more than one Google Home?
Google Home makes it easy to control your connected home. So what do you do when multiple people in the house all want to use your Google Home at the same time? Well, you pick up a second — or third! Having multiple Google Homes only increases your benefits, and we have the details for you here!
How to take advantage of Google Home offers
Google Home brings you a hub that lets you control your connected home, listen to music, and plenty more. Hidden inside of the menu in the Google Home app, you’ll also find a tab called “Offers” filled with special deals that can let you enjoy everything this accessory has to offer at a discount. These include Play Movie rentals for just $0.99 or discounts on a SmartThings lighting kit and more.
What countries support Google Home?
Google Home has been helping out Americans with scheduling, playing music, and bringing their connected home together since November of 2016. While this accessory started out in the States, it’s been slowly rolling out across the world. The United Kingdom and Canada are the two newest additions, but there are definitely more to come.
What you need to use Google Home
Google Home aims to make your life easier, but you will need a few things in order to use it. Don’t worry though, chances are you already have access to the three integral parts of using Google Home.
How to buy things with Google Home
It seems as though every year our lives get even busier than they were the year before. Between your commute, working, hitting doctor’s appointments, making it to the gym, and ensuring everything gets done on time, it can be hard to figure out the best time to run out to the store. That’s where Google Home wants to make things a bit easier for you.
You can set up voice purchasing and even reorder items that you’ve ordered previously. It only takes a few minutes to set up voice purchasing, and we have the details on how to do it right here!
How to set up Google Home with multiple users
Google Home works by recognizing your voice, letting you listen to music, add items to your shopping list and even check the day’s news. With multi-user support, that goes a step further allowing up to six different accounts to link to a single Google Home. This means that every account can receive personalized responses from Google Home to help them on their day.
How to manage users on Google Home
Google Home makes it easy to control your connected home and linked accounts all with the power of your voice. While multiple accounts can use Google Home at the same time, the time may come when a roommate moves out and you need to remove their access. Have no fear.
We’ve got the details on how to add or remove a linked account from Google Home, and it only takes a few short minutes!
How to listen to music with Google Home
Google Home has a great set of speakers, making it fully capable of filling the room with music. All you need to do is link up a music account, and you’ll be good to go. With options like Pandora, Spotify, YouTube Music and Google Play Music, you’ll always be able to listen to the music you’re craving, and all you have to do is ask Google Home to play what you want to hear.
How to get Google Home to lull you to sleep
Finding it hard to fall asleep with the blaring summer heat? Google Home is good for more than turning off the lights or playing back your favorite podcast. You can use it as a noise machine of sorts for when the current environment just isn’t your vibe. If you’re in the U.S., you can use these quick tricks to get the Assistant-enabled speaker to drown out the noise of the trains, planes, and automobiles outside your window and instead transport you to a serene nature scene — or whatever else you need to be to fall asleep.
These products and services work with Google Home
Google first introduced Google Home to the world back in May at Google I/O 2016, later revealing the final product alongside the Pixel in October. From everything we’ve seen, Google Home seems primed to eventually link up with any smart device in your home and allow you to control everything with just the sound of your voice.
Google has announced which products and services will be supported at launch, but there’s sure to be plenty more to come in the future. Continue to check back to this article in the coming months, as we’ll surely be updating this list as more products and services are added. We’ve broken things down into two categories — home automation products and supported services.
6 Awesome Google Home commands you may not know about
Google Home has tons of great features that allow you to keep better track of things. If you aren’t sure what it’s really capable of, or how to use it, then it can be hard to get started. That’s why we collected the six great commands you may not know about. These include listening to music, checking your schedule, controlling your home, and more.
Top 8 things to know about Google Home in Canada
Google Home is now available in Canada, and it’s the first voice assistant-powered speaker to make the trip north (despite years of secret Amazon Echo smuggling). Available for $179, the diminutive speaker is terrifically cute and extremely useful, but there are a few differences between it and the U.S. or international versions that you’ll want to know about.
Top ten tips and tricks for Google Home
Using Google Home is fun. That’s not unique to just Google Home — telling any computer, no matter what size or shape, to do stuff by talking is fun. And the more you talk to your Google Home the more things you’ll find out about what it does and what it doesn’t do.