This news also comes as Google moves away from Groove and partners with Spotify.
Recognising multiple users also allows Google to include a phone dialer into Google Home. For those who have already set up Google voice assistant, the windows will take the user to the Assistant menu. To send a broadcast, you just need to say "OK Google, broadcast" followed by the message you want the Google Home to speak out. Once the user switches to the Voice II, a huskier AI assistant will be activated across the devices including iOS apps, Pixel phones or the Google Home speaker. Now we have some new details about how that connection will work, and it's clear that people will be able to get more out of integrating all of Google's smart home products together. This can also be used to display a live feed on your TV via Chromecast.More news: New Pixel smartphone headlines Google device launch
The Home will also receive integration for Android's Find My Phone feature, which allows you to locate any Android device of your own using a browser or an app. Have in mind that this feature can only locate Android devices at the moment since it uses Google Play Services and the Android Device Manager to ping your phone. Moreover, whether will it work with Google translate or not, so if you're trying this do let us know about your experience and spread the word.
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