The very first expansion of Google’s smart speaker lineup the Home Max, and Mini, was launched in 2017. The Home Max has officially been discontinued by Google, as inventory is depleted post three years. Read More
Google is planning to launch its Pixel 5 smartphone, a new Chromecast, and a new smart speaker at a special event scheduled for September 30th. The company has started inviting members of the media to the said event, promising the launch of new hardware. The invite says, “We invite you to learn all about our new Chromecast, our latest smart speaker, and our new Pixel phones.” Read More
Mostly all of Google’s first-party Apps support dark mode and, fortunately, version 2.27 of Google Home has recently added the dark theme as well.
The Google Home dark theme is pretty straightforward as, starting at the splash screen, the stark white background simply turns into the same shade of dark gray used by every other Google App. If you use your phone throughout the day and long into the night, the dark mode makes a lot of difference. Read More
With advancement in technology, we have all started living smart, from Smartphones to Smart TVs, and now Smart Plugs. A smart plug lets you control appliances with the help of a smart home platform. It can be used with a TV, table lamp, room fan, coffee maker, or whatever appliance you want to control ‘smartly’. The Google Home app will now let you regulate what the smart plug is controlling by changing the ‘device type’ manually. Until this update, intelligent outlets had no way of telling what’s plugged into them. This feature is made available in Google Home for iOS, but will soon make its way to Android. Read More
Apart from releasing Pixel 3a, Google came up with a list of announcements that included a faster Google Assistant, improvements to Google Duplex and the launch of new Google Home devices. The Google Home smart display devices are now renamed to Google Nest, with the launch of the new Google Nest Hub Max device that will be available for $229. Read More
Google Home speakers already support music streaming services like Play Music, YouTube Music, Spotify, Pandora, Deezer. If that was not enough, the company has now integrated Apple Music too in this list of music providers. MacRumors came across this originally and shared an image that shows Apple Music in this list of services in the Google Home App for iOS devices. Read More
Ahead of the October 9th Google launch event, we are getting new information from a leak about the new device called The Google Home Hub, which the company might be launching soon. The device could be from the family of Google Home devices and the leaked images does show the familiarity with the fabric on it. Read More