Google Home is starting to become a part of many homes. A Google Home device can help you with numerous tasks or it could be a source of entertainment. We made a list of apps that work perfectly on Google Home. Let’s take a look below.
Google Home should have smart home hardware as well. There are many alternatives available on the market, but we recommend Nest since it is also owned by Google, which makes it work smoothly with the device. You can also buy various products from Nest such as alarm systems, smoke detectors or cameras.
This app has direct integration for Google Assistant and Google Home devices, and it even comes with a Google Chrome extension, as well as app for iOS, Android and Windows. There is a free version that can list 80 active projects, as well as a paid version that costs $28.99 per year.
If you have a Google home device you must install IFTTT as well. The app lets you create your own custom commands for Google Home and Google Assistant. The best part about this app is that it basically comes with almost no limits. If you don’t know where to get started, you should know that you can find some recipes on the IFTTT site, and they should help you set up your own commands. You can also use commands created by other users. The app is available for free, and it even comes without any ads or in-app purchases.
Google Home also allows you to control all the lights in your house. However, you might want an app that makes things a lot smoother. Philips Hue is a smart light maker which offers you complete control over the lights in your house.
Laura Modin has lived in Las Cruces her whole life. Laura has worked as a journalist for nearly a decade having contributed to several large publications including the Yahoo News and The The Santa Fe New Mexican. As a journalist for News Lair, Laura covers national and international developments.