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Google Home's assistant can now recognize different voices

21 April 2017

Google Home can also order items from more than 50 retailers across the United States by voice and set flight tracking alerts.

Google says Home will be able to answer personal questions for topics like your schedule, shopping lists, news and podcasts, photos, information about your commute, your calendar and Uber account.

This works through voice recognition technology configured when you set up your account, during which process the software detects characteristics in a user's voice.

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Although I'm the only one in my household who actually uses the Google Home, I believe this is a massive step forward for the home assistant device to receive its due attention.

While Google didn't have any official comment about this, this new feature may also finally open up a path to bringing some of the Google Assistant features like creating notes, reminders and events that are now missing on Home (but available on Android, for example). Google has today announced that multi-user support is rolling out for the Google Home. You can add up to 6 different users voices in Google home now, which means up to six people direct Google home to perform tasks.

Google asks you to train your voice by saying the phrases, "OK Google" and "Hey Google" twice each.

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Smart home hubs are continuing to evolve, and Google just added a pretty important feature to its own hub, the Google Home.

When an additional Google account is connected to Home, users will be asked to say the phrases "Ok Google" and "Hey Google" two times each. Aside from the privacy concerns, it's annoying to have to funnel everything through a single account, and multiple users is an excellent addition. You can get started fiddling around with this today, but only in the US. From then on, Google Home will be able to provide personal results because it knows who you are.

First, make sure you're using the latest version of the Google Home app on your mobile device. Future "OK Google" commands are compared to the previous analysis, and Google Home decides if it's a match.

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Google Home's assistant can now recognize different voices