Google’s smart speaker can control a variety of new devices

Posted on Apr 6 2017 - 4:37pm by Chris Tomaino

Google just added a new integrations for the Google Home product, that making it possible for the owners much more capable control center for the smart home devices.

The idea of smart home devices of the future is awesome and all, but the dream falls apart when around every other device or appliance uses a different protocol or has its own application. Google Home seems primed to link up with any smart home device and enable you to control everything with your voice.

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You will be able to give a voice command to the Google Home smart speaker and control devices from around 12 companies:

August: Will let you lock your smart lock and check whether it is locked

or not (but not unlock it by voice)

Wink: You can control all your Wink-compatible lighting products (lightbulbs,

switches, outlets, and dimmers) and thermostats using Google Assistant

on Google home

LIFX: Will let you control the brightness and color of its lights
TP-Link: TP-Link offers a line of smart plugs and switches that enables you to convert

the appliances and lamps you already own into smart devices you can

automate to power on or control with the voice.

Rachio: You will be able to control your sprinkler system using only your voice to

turn the water on or off, and also update your schedule as needed.

Vivint: Will integrate with Google Home enabling you full control over your smart

home security and devices around your home using only your voice

Logitech Harmony: Will let control the Harmony Companion, Harmony Elite and Harmony

Hub within the Google Home ecosystem.

Best Buy Insignia: Will let owners of their products to issue voice controls through

Google’s speaker

Anova: Anova Precision Cooker Bluetooth + WiFi will get Google Home integration
Geeni: Integration with Google Assistant, you’ve the opt to control things

with your voice

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