Our team has brought an article on How To Transform Your House Into Smart Home With Google Assistant, After a busy and tiring day, when we return back home, then we have to do various stuff which annoys us like turning on the lights, A.C, thermostats, and many other small appliances.
Even when you go to your bed, you need to step-down several times on/off lights, open the door, switch off any appliances or so. Transform your house into a smart home with Google Assistant.
At times, you wonder “what if I had a personal robot to listen to all the commands”
Things are not the same today- Google Assistant will be your personal assistant that will make your life easier and fun controlling all your devices at home without stepping-out from bed or sofa, especially when you are watching any climax scene of your favorite movie or a football match.
Google Assistant can connect with more than 5,000 devices that includes-smart lights, cameras, Television, dishwashers, doorbells, dryers, plugs, thermostats, security systems, switches, vacuums, washers, fans, locks, sensors, heaters, AC units, air purifiers, refrigerators, ovens.
The doorbell rings not worry keep on watching your favorite show….Just ask your Google Assistant to open the door. If you are bored of your old routine at your home then, transform your house into a smart home with Google Assistant.
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Here the ways through which Google Assistant can turn your home smarter and you will love to be at your home:
How Google Assistant can control all entertainment devices with voice?
The first thing which comes to our mind when any new smart gadget or device is launched is how it can help us to be entertained. With Google Assistant you can turn your TV into an entertainment center.
You can control your TV, set-top boxes, and Chromecast through Google Assistant with its smart speakers like Google Home or Google Mini. Millions of users have already started using Assistant on their smart TV and Android TVs.
Easily control your TV with voice- Just say “Hey Google, play ESPN and the Google Assistant will automatically tune into a correct channel. Various functions can be controlled with the Google voice assistant like access your favorite channel at any scheduled time, so you don’t miss it, volume controls, play or pause a movie, and many such.
You don’t need to search for your remote every time and lift your fingers or remember the channel numbers. It’s even easy to control your home entertainment devices with “Logitech Harmony” hub-based remotes with the Google Assistant.
This gives a simple and more natural way to communicate with your TV, just say “play channel 5.”
Google is working closely to build the Assistant to the next generation TVs which will be rolling out later this year.
How to control most of the devices at home with Google Assistant
With Google Assistant connected to your devices at home, you can control them all with your smart speaker. From lights, fans, thermostats, A.C, coffee machine, and many other devices all can be controlled by commanding your Google Home or Mini smart speaker or using Google Assistant app on your smartphone even you are not at your home.
There are dozens of devices that work with the Google Assistant including ADT lights and thermostat, Xiaomi lights, Hunter Douglas window treatments, Hisense’s H9E Plus and H9100E Plus TVs, Portable AC and Dehumidifiers, Arlo security cameras, and new LG appliances, which include everything from air purifiers to TVs.
Recently Google also announced to be supporting IKEA lights and Deutsche Telekom’s Magenta hub which will help various smart home devices to be controlled by Google Assistant. Transform your house into a smart home with Google Assistant.
Google is continuing to add more and more smart home hub devices to the Google Assistant which will work worldwide.
Get real-time alerts from your security camera using Google Assistant
There are various smart security cameras and smart door locks that are compatible with Google assistant. It will help you stay connected with your devices even when you are not at your home and aware of the activities of your house.
The “Nest Hello doorbell” works seamlessly with, the Google Assistant and alerts you when anyone rings your doorbell by sending a chime to your smart speaker or Google Assistant smartphone app. You can even get the live stream over your phone, smart display, or TV.
Google is currently working to launch its new line of Smart Display devices which might be rolling out later this year.
Various security brands work well with this Google Assistant among which “Nest” is the first one that ships its products compatible with Google Voice Assistant.
Other brands include ADT, First Alert, and Vivint Smart Home, August smart door locks and Schlage, and Panasonic home security cameras.
Discover new things with Google Assistant
Along with asking your smart speaker to play your favorite music, set alarms, control smart home hubs, hands-free messaging from your smartphone app, and asking random questions to your Assistant. Google Assistant can do lots more, the more you explore the more you discover.
With Google Assistant on your smartphone or smart speaker just say “Hey Google” and you can use the below commands.
- Turn on the lights
- Set the temperature to X degrees
- Turn on the TV
- Set alarm at 6 am.
- Dim the lights
- Open the door
- Arm the security system
- Message someone from your contact
- Ask for a recipe
- Play your favorite music
Google Assistant commands for beginners
- “Ok Google, stop.”
- “Ok Google, play <<Song Title>> by <<artist>> from Gaana.”
- “Ok Google, volume [up/down].”
- “Hey Google, what’s the time?”
- “Hey Google, add banana to my shopping list.”
- “Hey Google, play music from Spotify.”
- “Ok Google, who is the prime minister of India.”
- “Ok Google, what would be the value of 10 + 10.”
- “Ok Google, what’s the news.”
- “Hey Google, pause the music.”
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