Google Home is powered by the Google Assistant. Ask it questions. Tell it to do things. It's your own Google, always ready to help.
Get answers when you need them most. Ask, “Ok Google, what is 18% of 92?” to finish up last-minute homework, or “Ok Google, how many teaspoons in a cup?” when you have flour-covered hands in the kitchen.
Ask Google Home to play tunes from services like Spotify, YouTube Music, Pandora and more. You can also stream music from your phone to Google Home from 100+ Chromecast-enabled audio apps.
Manage your everyday tasks with Google Home — get your daily schedule, traffic, and flight info. Set an alarm by saying, “Ok Google, wake me up tomorrow at 6:30am,” or tell it to add things to your shopping list, start a timer, and more.
Google Home seamlessly connects with smart home technologies like Nest thermostats, Philips Hue, and Samsung SmartThings. So you can say things like, “Ok Google, dim the lights in the kitchen” without interrupting what you’re doing. You can also tell it to stream entertainment to your TV with Chromecast.
Google Home plays nice with products and services you already know and love — and more new integrations are being added all the time.
Google Home works over Wi-Fi and its integrated high-excursion speaker delivers crystal-clear highs and rich bass for hi-fi sound. It can also hear you reliably when you say “Ok Google” — even while playing music — thanks to far-field microphones and sophisticated natural language processing.
1. Plug the power cable into Google Home.
2. Plug the power adapter into a wall socket.
3. Download the Google Home app on your phone or tablet and follow the instructions.
It’s really that simple.