Google Home Syncs Your Smart Home Gadgets With One Phrase

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But, still the official Google Store asks people to join waitlist, however it will be available soon according to the statement given by Google to The Verge. The $400 Home Max is created to compete against high-end speakers like Sonos and Apple's HomePod, whenever that gets released. The app will scan for Google Home devices, tap Next when it finds the Google Home Max and it will connect your phone with the speaker.

Google is now offering a range of smart speakers.

Turns out that is indeed the case, because you can now buy a Google Home Max from Verizon Wireless, Best Buy, and the Google Store. The feature works from the get-go, so you don't have to worry much about setup every time you move it around your house. The Echo Dot competitor hit the market immediately, and the Home Max was given the decidedly more nebulous date of December.

We got a chance to listen to the Home Max ahead of its release, and said the device "rocked the demo room".

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Google made a big fuss about the Home Max when it announced it in October, but it didn't launch the speaker then and promised it would be available in December.

The Google Home Max features dual 4.5-inch high-excursion woofers and custom 0.7-inch tweets. With Google Assistant also built-in and streaming services a voice command away, it'll be one to look out for if you're serious about sound - but you'll need to be in the United States to get it, which means we'll have to wait for it to hit United Kingdom shores.

Smart home gadgets like thermostats, switches, and lightbulbs have brought drastic changes to how we interact with our home. Equipped with Smart Sound, the Google Home Max can automatically adjust settings like volume depending on the ambient sound of the room.

That's similar to what Apple is doing with its HomePod speaker, which the company first introduced in June. It will also tell you the latest weather information, news headlines and sports scores. For more updates, stay tuned with us!