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Google announced that Assistant has now made its way to more than 500 million devices.
That means not only does it come built-in to Google Home, it works on over 5,000 different devices - from cars to phones.
Both wildly intelligent and supremely versatile in the ways in which it can be used, Google Home is evolving quickly compared to the Amazon Echo but it still has to make a few changes to catch up – starting, perhaps, with better integration with Google’s own services. Everything considered, and as far as roommates go, it’s one of the best you’ll ever have.(Update: ) That’s because Google Assistant, the smart artificial intelligence that’s built into the Google Home, aims to make life easier for you rather than more difficult.
It's not there yet, but it has real potential to one day be the smart home command center Google wants it to be. You can ask it to lower the thermostat for you when you leave, diagnose your symptoms when you’re feeling ill or have it locate that funny clip from your favourite TV show last night and throw it onto your Chromecast without any hesitation.
However, if you’re on an i Pad or Android tablet, you’ll enjoy the same on-demand access to music as on the desktop.
Of course, ads will still be present, but you’ll be able to choose any playlist or album and listen to it without shuffling.
It’s smart enough to tell you how much plane tickets cost from where you live to any exotic destination you can think of, or prattle off oddly specific information like how much a Macaw weighs (2.6 to 3.3 pounds, apparently) or how much a new piece of technology costs (“According to Tech Radar, the costs 9 or £349”).But, ask that very same question using different words or in a slightly different tone, and Google’s ultra-smart assistant suddenly forgets what it just told you.That general problem – ”it works sometimes but not all the time” – isn’t just symptomatic of the 9 (£129/AU9) Google Home; the Amazon Echo, the current smart home incumbent, is far from immune to them as well.Premium is the only paid tier that Spotify offers these days; the middle-ground Unlimited tier was phased out a few years ago when mobile became much more popular.With Premium, all ads are removed on every platform, so you don’t have to deal with audio ads every couple of tracks.