Google Home speaker with audio controls
By Simon Hradecky, created Thursday, Sep 29th 2018 17:00:18Google Home speaker, with audio control, with no external microphone.
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Google Home speakers, which are set to debut in September 2018, will be able to play audio through Google Assistant and have voice control.
This is a feature that was previously limited to the Google Home, Google Home Mini and Google Home XL, but Google has said it’s also working on a standalone Google Home Speaker.
This is one of many features Google is adding to Google Home speakers.
Google says this will allow users to use the speakers “in a way that’s more natural, more intuitive, and more useful”.
Google says voice control is part of the overall sound experience, so Google Home owners will be used to using their own voice in the home.
“With the new Google Home Voice Control, you can use your voice to control the sound in your home and listen to your music, podcasts, podcasts from other apps or devices, and to listen to podcasts through Google Home,” the company says.
Google says it is working on adding a second Google Home voice control to the product line, which will be available “later this year”.
Google Home owners who have already purchased Google Home may have to wait until the new product comes out to buy it.
Google does not release exact dates for its standalone Google speakers.