The has come to stay and artificial intelligence to give it functionality, so no one will be surprised by the exponential growth of that ecosystem for the smart home that make up Google Home and Google Assistant.
The curious thing is that all this growth, Spanish-speaking users will receive it already mature, and is that although the Assistant already speaks Spanish, our language is not yet supported by Google Home. Surely this year there will be more news and for Google I / O 2018 we will already have news about the arrival of Home and the other Google home products to our borders.
Be that as it may, the truth is that Google’s list of compatibility with third-party products continues to grow by leaps and bounds, already exceeding the number of 1,500 devices of all kinds and from more than 200 different brands. Information that is official and that has been published this afternoon by Google itself.
The previous update of the support page of the Mountain View giant indicated 1,000 products from 150 firms, and given the number of new features they have been forced to a new revision that Android Police has analyzed to bring us new compatible signatures both in the Control section of the Google Home application and those available through recipes and actions:
- Ecovacs and Deebot Ecovacs
- Energenie MiHome
- OSRAM Lightify Europe
- Eques Elf
- Seetime Smart
- Mediola SmartHome
- Simple Connect * Orient AC
- Smart K
- Voxior Home
- AIONE Lifestyle Studio Inc.
- AppUnique Limited
- The entire Vivitar Smart Home range (Vivitar Smart Cameras were previously supported)
Google sells a Home device every second since October
The news regarding a range of products that seem to have brought Google greater success than expected, and is that although the Mountain View giant has never shared specific sales figures for any of its devices, this time it has taken breast with the Google Home family.
A Google blog post that was picked up by Droid-Life announce that a Google Home device has been sold every second since last October 19, the day when the complete range with the new Home Mini and Home Max was put on sale, and that counting on the markets to which the product is limited.
Impressive isn’t it? Especially since it’s about a new device for an unexplored market, limited to only a few countries and that is still growing in compatibility. This is what Google tells us on his blog:
With Google Home Mini and Google Home Max adding to our original Google Home, we bring you even more ways to use the Assistant in your homes. So it’s no wonder we’ve sold tens of millions of our Google home devices in the past year. And in fact, we’ve sold more than one Google Home device every second since the Google Home Mini was launched in October.
The bad part of the news is that at the moment there is no information regarding the arrival of the products of the Google Home range in Spain, but let’s hope that the landing does not take too long as the platform matures faster and faster.
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