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Google adds more than 30 new services to Google Home

Owners of the Google Home connected speaker can now access over 30 new services with voice commands, including Domino’s, WebMD, NPR and more.

Published onDecember 15, 2016

The recently launched Google Home connected speaker just got a lot more useful. The company has updated the speaker’s official app, adding access to over 30 new services and games, including Domino’s, WebMD, NPR and many more.

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Owners of Google Home can access these new additions simply by saying, “Ok Google, talk to (name of service)”. The full list of these new services is as follows:

  • 21 Blackjack
  • Akinator the genie
  • Anchor
  • And Chill
  • Argus
  • Ask Jelly
  • busuu – language learning
  • CNBC
  • Domino’s
  • Eliza
  • ELLE Horoscopes by The ASTRO Twins
  • FitStar Personal Trainer
  • Food Network
  • Genius
  • Headspace
  • HuffPost Headline Quiz
  • itcher
  • Lonely Planet
  • NBC News
  • NPR One
  • Number Genie
  • Product Hunt
  • Quora
  • Quotery
  • SongPop
  • Sub War
  • Tender
  • The Bartender
  • The Wall Street Journal
  • Todoist
  • Trivia Blast
  • VentureBeat News
  • WebMD
  • Wonder

This is likely just the start of many more additions to come for Google Home. Support for both Netflix and Google Photos was added earlier this week, and the speaker can also now be used to control smart devices from Belkin’s home brand Wemo. Google has also launched the Actions on Google platform to the general development community. This will allow any developer or company to create conversational actions that can be supported by the speaker.

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