Google Home Is Able To Make Phone Calls And Understand Commands Of Searching And Playing Videos

Posted: May 19 2017, 12:13pm CDT | by , in News | Technology News

 

Google Home is able to make phone calls and understand commands of searching and playing videos
 

Google Home is built as a constantly improving system that is able to learn new things and updates to perform more capabilities. Google has announced that Google Home will be introducing a lot of new features very soon.

Google has also announced Google Home’s availability in more countries including Australia, Canada, Germany, Japan, and France, this is a great news for a lot of people as the device is only available to buy in US or UK currently.

There is an amazing new feature which, according to our opinion, is a very practical one, known as proactive assistance. Once you tell Google Home to not disturb you a lot, it will actually not, but when it receives a notification that it must let you know of, the device will light up.

The notification will only be put on speakers when you ask Google Home what is it. Google Home is also going to feature a free calling capability. You can call anyone, any number, may it be a landline or a mobile number, for free in US and Canada.

The person who receives this call will not be able to see any identity except a “Private number” tag, which you can change to your personal number. Google Home is also interconnected to devices and even some applications.

Searching for a place and saying “Let’s go” will open Google maps on your personal mobile device and set the directions for your destination. In-home tasks like watching videos or reviewing your calendar can be shown up by Google Home on your mobile device or Google’s Chromecast TV set.

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