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Google Assistant will now support Spotify

06 October 2017
Google Assistant will now support Spotify

Google has expanded the capabilities of the Google Home by introducing Voice Match.

To access the male voice, users will need to go to the settings on their phone or in the Google Home app, then Preferences Assistant Voice. It'll be read aloud in the Google Assistant voice instead of your own voice, so it's not simply broadcasting a simple voice message.

For starters Google Assistant will now be able to do more thanks to some major legwork done by engineers on improving the usability of the Assistant with by adding new user queries that it can answer. Voice Match is rolling out to markets and will be made available from the box on the new Google Home devices.

Apple's Siri is more feminine, and so are the rest of them, except a few third party AI's such as Jarvis, which is a virtual male butler.However, now with Google Assistant, you can now change its voice from a female voice to a male voice. If they don't see the male voice option, they should make sure they have updated the Google and Home applications. I should note, however, streaming is not working for me with Android TV devices. You can also change the temperature on your Nest thermostat with conversational terms like "warmer" and set up your Nest Hello doorbell so it calls Home, like a remote intercom. 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.

Last and somewhat the least, there is now a Google Assistant app on Google Play Store.

Google Home owners have always been able to control Spotify from their speakers, but that's not the only place that Google Assistant calls home. Assistant says it's going to stream, but it does not. Throughout the course of the event, various titbits of information on upgrades to Google Assistant were dropped in each presentation.